apple-store.jpgIPNews® – Apple has agreed to pay $24.9 million to settle a years-long lawsuit alleging that its Siri voice assistant technology violated a patent licensed to a Dallas company by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York.

The Dallas company, Dynamic Advances, was the exclusive licensee of Rensselaer’s patent.  The lawsuit dates back to October 2012

dna-strand.jpgIPNews® – A Sequenom patent for a prenatal DNA test was once again ruled invalid, this time by the U.S. Court of Appeals.

The DNA blood test which detects fetal chromosomal abnormalities can be performed as early as 10 weeks into a pregnancy and the test is considered superior to other tests because it is

football.jpgIPNews® – Virtual Gaming Technology recently filed a patent infringement lawsuit against DraftKings, FanDuel, and Fox Sports.  

The patented technology allows players to interact in the virtual game while the sporting event is occurring live.  This is just one of the latest and many lawsuits against DraftKings and FanDuel.  To continue reading, click: More

GoPro.jpgIPNews® – C&A Marketing, the manufacturer of Polaroid’s Cube camera, recently filed a patent infringement lawsuit against GoPro.  C&A marketing argues that GoPro’s Hero4 Session camera violates its design patent for cube shaped cameras.

GoPro argues that it holds the design patent in the EU and began working on the product long before C&A was

segway.jpgIPNews® – Segway filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Inventist over its Solowheel and Hovertrax products, claiming they violate its patents on a personal transporter with a balance monitor. 

Inventist holds its own self-balancing vehicle patent and has also filed patent lawsuits over hoverboard type products. Given the likeness of both company’s products to the

tv_remote_control.jpgIPNews® – TiVo announced in its quarterly earnings report that it has filed a lawsuit against Samsung for patent infringement.

The digital video recorder maker claims that Samsung’s digital video recorders violate four of its patents.  Settlements and licensing fees related to patents currently make up the majority of TiVo’s revenue.  To continue reading, click: