First Patent Lawsuit for Apple Over Apple Watch

It happened with the iPhone. It happened with the iPad. Now, over a month after Apple first made it available, the tech giant has been sued for patent infringement over its newest big product, the Apple Watch. According to a lawsuit filed in Missouri federal court on June 5, a married couple who co-owns a patent issued in 2013 is suing Apple for violating a claim for “receiving electronic signals such as text messages on a vibrating device strapped to a user’s wrist.” 

Apple is taken to task again when it comes to alleged infringement. Read more about Patent Litigation.

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Weekly IP Buzz for week ending February 23, 2018

Weekly IP Buzz for week ending February 23, 2018

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