google.jpgIPNews® – A federal appeals court ruling on Monday brought a major victory for technology companies Google, Yahoo and against patent infringement claims brought by Eolas Technologies.

Michael Doyle, the founder of Eolas, obtained a patent in 1998 which he claimed included protection for all interactive elements of websites.  Since then, he has has

tablet_pc.jpgIPNews® – Lenovo Inc., Barnes & Noble Inc., Inc. and other tablet makers are infringing Hopewell Culture & Design LLC’s patent for a double-click user interaction system, Hopewell said in a barrage of new lawsuits filed Friday.

B&N’s Nook, Amazon’s Kindle, Lenovo’s ThinkPad andIdea Pad, Coby Electronics Corp.’s Kyros, Viewsonic Corp.’s ViewBook and Viewpad

amazon.jpgIPNews® –, Samsung Electronics, Nintendo Co. and several other companies are the targets of a new U.S. International Trade Commission patent infringement investigation regarding microprocessors used in wireless devices. 

Technology Properties Ltd. LLC, Phoenix Digital Solutions LLC and Patriot Scientific Corp. filed the complaint that is the basis of the investigation in July.  The