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(From : http://feeds.nytimes.com - May 21 , 2017 )

The suit accuses Apple Pay of using technology that was pitched to Apple and Visa officials, but the companies never signed a license agreement.

(From : http://online.wsj.com - May 4 , 2017 )

A small, British Apple Inc. supplier said it had entered into a formal dispute-resolution process with the Silicon Valley giant and intends to sell a large part of its business amid a patent fight with Apple.

(From : http://online.wsj.com - May 4 , 2017 )

A small, British Apple Inc. supplier said it had entered into a formal dispute-resolution process with the Silicon Valley giant and intends to sell a large part of its business amid a patent fight with Apple.

(From : http://feeds.nytimes.com - April 30 , 2017 )

Amazon recently received an intriguing patent for an “on demand” apparel manufacturing system, which can quickly fill online orders for suits, dresses and other garments.

(From : http://www.nytimes.com - April 30 , 2017 )

Amazon recently received an intriguing patent for an “on demand” apparel manufacturing system, which can quickly fill online orders for suits, dresses and other garments.

(From : http://feeds.nytimes.com - April 30 , 2017 )

Amazon recently received an intriguing patent for an “on demand” apparel manufacturing system, which can quickly fill online orders for suits, dresses and other garments.

(From : http://feeds.reuters.com - April 28 , 2017 )

(Reuters) - ASML, Europe's largest supplier to semiconductor manufacturers, said it filed patent infringement cases against Nikon in Japan related to semiconductor manufacturing equipment, flat panel display manufacturing equipment and digital cameras.

(From : http://feeds.reuters.com - April 24 , 2017 )

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Japan's Nikon filed lawsuits against Netherlands-based ASML, the world's third-largest chip equipment maker, and Germany's Carl Zeiss [CZTOP.UL], saying its lithography technology was illegally used by the two.

(From : http://feeds.bbci.co.uk - April 19 , 2017 )

Patent owner Unwired Planet had already beaten Huawei and Samsung in earlier disputes.

(From : http://feeds.reuters.com - April 17 , 2017 )

(Reuters) - IRobot, the maker of the popular Roomba robotic vacuum, brought a string of lawsuits on Monday accusing rivals including The Hoover Co and Black & Decker Corp of using its patented technology without permission.