Kodak wants the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) to stop the import of iPhones and BlackBerry devices it claims infringe on its image viewing patents.
Three universities testing Amazon's Kindle in the classroom have agreed to shelve the electronic book readers until they are fully functional for blind students...
Two organizations representing the blind have settled a discrimination lawsuit against Arizona State University (ASU) over its use of Amazon's Kindle e-reader device.
Oregon police officers may hear some arguing when they start pulling motorists over for violating a new law banning them from talking on handheld cell phones while driving.
Network equipment maker UTStarcom will shell out $3 million in fines for bribing Chinese officials in order to land lucrative telecommunications contracts.
The Ohio Supreme Court said Tuesday police officers must obtain a search warrant before scouring the contents of a suspect's cell phone unless their safety is in danger.
A group sponsored by two in-flight cell phone companies is pushing the United States to allow the use of mobile devices on airplanes.
Apple has filed a countersuit against Nokia claiming the handset maker is infringing on 13 Apple patents...
St. Claire Intellectual Property Consultants today filed suit against Apple for infringement on patent No. 5,138,459, entitled "Electronic Still Video Camera with Direct Personal Computer Compatible Digital Format Output." St Claire Intellectual Property contends that the patent was issued on
GetFugu says it filed suit against foreign nationals Simon Davies, David Warnock and others for trade libel, defamation and other claims arising out of an alleged smear campaign against GetFugu and its executives.
AT&T has dropped its lawsuit against Verizon Wireless over its 3G coverage ads...
Nokia Corp. said Tuesday it has filed suits against several leading liquid crystal display makers — including Philips, Toshiba, Sharp and Samsung.
The European Union's antitrust regulator has dropped its four-year investigation into whether Qualcomm has been charging unreasonably high royalties on its patents...
Motorola and Research In Motion (RIM) have been added to a list of companies being sued by Klausner Technologies over visual voicemail patents.
Nationwide prepaid carrier PlatinumTel alleges that its competitors U.S. Mobile and EZ Stream are falsely advertising the number of minutes they offer in their service plans.
AT&T is fighting back with its own TV commercials since a federal judge yesterday denied its request to stop Verizon Wireless...
Telus, Canada's second-largest telco, is suing Rogers over advertisements that claim Rogers' network is faster and more reliable than Telus' network.
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski has acted on a petition filed by CTIA to establish timeframes within which permits for wireless tower sites must be approved.
Sprint Nextel affiliate iPCS has reached a settlement agreement with shareholders over a class action lawsuit disputing Sprint's pending buyout offer of the company.
Late yesterday, Verizon Wireless filed a 53-page legal document in response to AT&T's allegations that its advertising is misleading.
Samsung Electronics has signed a $1.3 billion licensing agreement with Qualcomm...
AT&T has filed a lawsuit in an Atlanta district court over an ad campaign by Verizon Wireless that compares AT&T's fledgling 3G network with Verizon's.
CHICAGO—What began as a panel about the government's rural broadband stimulus program quickly became a debate over the effects of net neutrality during an afternoon session at the SuperComm trade show yesterday.
Nokia today announced that it has filed suit against Apple with the Federal District Court in Delaware, alleging that Apple's iPhone infringes Nokia patents for GSM, UMTS and wireless LAN (WLAN) standards.