PATENT INFRINGEMENT

February 24th, 2012

As the Apple-ProView Patent Battle Continues, Bizarre iPhone Knockoffs Emerge

While Apple and Chinese manufacturer ProView continue their bitter and vitriolic battle as to who legally owns the iPad trademark, a variety of media reports have emerged from the country showcasing some downright bizarre iPhone knockoffs. iSimulacrum To many Chinese the iPhone is an expensive luxury. In many ways it is also an unnecessary luxury [...]

February 16th, 2012

China Ramps up iPad Seizures

iPads are disappearing from the shelves of retailers in many Chinese cities as a trademark dispute between Apple and ProView ramps up. According to the online edition of the China Business News, iPads were taken off shelves and seized in Zhengzhou, Qingdao, Shijiazhuang, and Xuzhou. The Diyi Caijing Daily reports that two major shopping malls [...]

August 13th, 2010

NVIDIA Signs Patent License with Rambus

The lawsuit between the companies will continue despite licensing agreement. A  ruling in favour of Rambus by the US International Trade Comission (ITC) last month, saw NVIDIA products – including almost every major graphics card – banned from sale and import into the United States, as such the company has been forced to do what [...]

July 27th, 2010

Rambus Claims Successful Patent Ruling Against NVIDIA

Rambus, a company well known for the aggressive protection of their intellectual property, has been successful in a patent investigation launched against NVIDIA in 2008. The investigation, headed by the US International Trade Commission, alleged that  NVIDIA, as well as its customers including Asus,  BFG, Biostar,  Diablotek Inc., EVGA, Giga-Byte, Hewlett-Packard, MSI, Palit, Pine Technology [...]