Apple's lost the battle over its 'slide to unlock' patent in the UK, with a High Court judge ruling that it's invalid.
Apple's succeeded in persuading a US judge to ban imports and sales of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.21 tablet, in the latest stage of the long-running patent dispute between the two companies.
Jurors have sided with Google in its long-running patent battle with Oracle, saying Android doesn't infringe on Oracle patents.
Microsoft has landed a new patent for a video game controller based on wearable electromyography (EMG) technology.
Well, they must have thought, why not? Everybody else is suing left right and center, why shouldn't we?
A new Apple patent application has been spied that outlines some really cool ideas Cupertino may be considering for future user interfaces.
Apple's won a patent ruling against Motorola relating to the 'slide-to-unlock' smartphone feature.
Well, it was always a rather ambitious patent claim, and Eolas's attempt to, in essence, patent the interactive web has failed.
Microsoft is promising that it will negotiate to license patents, rather than resorting to the courts - in a barely-disguised stab at Google, which made its own patent promises yesterday too.
Anyone who follows the tech world knows many granted patents are for software, hardware or methods that will never actually come to market.
HTC has been ordered to withdraw Android phones from the US market, following a ruling from the International Trade Commission that the company's violating a patent held by Apple.
Google's won a patent relating to driverless cars, showing just how close to widespread acceptance the technology is.
Android vendors will need to brace themselves for another battle, thanks to a patent granted to Apple yesterday.
The Senate has passed a patent reform bill that marks the biggest change to the patent process in decades.
The US International Trade Commission (ITC) says it plans to investigate Apple's latest patent complaint against HTC, potentially leading to HTC product imports being frozen.
An obscure Louisiana company is having a pop at Google, Microsoft and AOL for allegedly infringing its 3D mapping patent.
After an eighteen-month battle, Apple's finally caved in and agreed to pay Nokia license fees covering two wireless phone patents.
Apple's stepped in to try and defend iOS developers that have been targeted by patent-holder Lodsys.
The Supreme Court yesterday rejected Microsoft's appeal against a $290 million patent suit brought by i4i.
Lodsys has delivered on its threat to sue iOS developers it believes is violating its patents, and has filed suit against seven companies.