Blackberry signed an agreement with Teletry, according to which, Teletry will have the right to sublicense a range of BlackBerry patents to smartphone manufacturers.
Patent licensing firm, Lemaire Illumination Technologies had filed a complaint at the US District Court for the Eastern City of Texas, Marshall Division against Microsoft.
VirnetX struck with another case on Apple when despite being found guilty of infringing VirnetX patents and paying $368 million, it did didn’t repurchase the license. On October 16, the US Court ruled that Apple has to pay almost $440 million for the very same patents, used in FaceTime and other iOS apps.
Coreophotonics, an Israeli maker of dual-lens camera technology filed a lawsuit in the US District Court in Northern California, where Cupertino is located against Apple; claiming that Apple is using its tech in the iPhone 7 Plus and the iPhone 8 Plus. However, there is no mention of iPhone X in the filing, probably due to the device being launched on November 3.
Patent search agreements with both the Japan Patent Office (JPO) and the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) have been signed by The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).