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: 

tv_remote_control.jpgIPNews® – A major settlement was struck over TiVo’s patent infringement claims with three major competitors agreeing to pay $490 million.

TiVo brought separate lawsuits against Motorola, Time Warner Cable, and Cisco Systems, claiming that their TV recording devices violated TiVo’s original patent for such a device.  This collective settlement reinforces the strength of TiVo’s

tv setup.jpgIPNews® – TiVo Inc.’s damages for Motorola Mobility Inc. and Time Warner Cable Inc.’s alleged infringement of its patented digital video recording technology could add up to billions of dollars, TiVo told a Texas court Monday.

Motorola’s massive production of infringing DVRs outclasses the number of products at issue in TiVo’s previous infringement cases against

tv setup.jpgIPNews® – Verizon Communications Inc. agreed Monday to pay $250.4 million to settle TiVo Inc.’s patent infringement claims related to digital video recording technology.

The two companies will also enter a mutual patent licensing agreement, TiVo said. The pair are now pursuing possible collaborations in the realm of Internet video, according to TiVo. To continue

tv_remote_control.jpgIPNews® – Cisco Systems filed a patent infringment lawsuit last week against digital video recording company TiVo. 

Cisco is seeking declaratory relief that its products are based on its own patents and do not infringe on the technology included in TiVo’s patents.  TiVo currently has multiple lawsuits pending against Cisco customers over the technology for