Apple and Samsung are at it again. The long-running dispute between the two tech giants relates to patent infringements and
Samsung has been ordered to pay another $290 million to Apple by a US court. This is just the latest judgement in a long
An American university has sued for infringing a 1997 patent - and is asking for US authorities to pull its iconic iPhone
Apple has filed a patent for an iPhone with a wrap-around screen. The remarkable design doesn't necessarily mean the Californian
War has been declared in the technology industry. Thousands of executives and companies are stomping on the patent battleground in a seemingly endless battle to gain financial or market advantages over rivals by taking them to court over claims of patent infringements.
It isn't always necessary to air your legal laundry in public (especially if negotiating cross-licensing deals) and if Apple doesn't recognise the PR consequences of continuing to do so, it could start to affect the bottom line.
Tech giants are used to suing each other - but now they might be suing for peace. Google and Apple are reportedly in talks
Apple's courtroom patent battle with Samsung over the design of its iPhone and iPad is nearing its conclusion after both
Apple has suffered a defeat at the High Court over a lawsuit brought by HTC challenging several of its "prize" patents. A
Apple has won a significant patent battle in Munich that could see Motorola smartphones running Google's Android software
Apple has pulled several iPad and iPhone models from its German online store after Motorola Mobility enforced a patent injunction