Tag Archives: Patent

Google Confirms Galaxy Nexus Pulled From Shelves Due To Injunction

In a non-surprising move, Google has confirmed to ABC News that the Galaxy Nexus was pulled off the market due to the recent injunction granted to Apple. For its part, Google said it would begin selling the Galaxy Nexus again next week with the latest Android ROM, Jelly bean, which addresses the issues in dispute. Google had mentioned as of the most recent court decision that they … [read full article]

T-Mobile Hit With NFC-Related Lawsuit Alleging Patent Violation

On Track Innovations has announced the filing of a lawsuit against T-Mobile USA alleging T-Mobile sells NFC-equipped smartphones that violate OTI’s patents. The lawsuit was filed in the Southern District of New York and claims T-Mobile infringes on OTI U.S. Patent No. 6,045,043. OTI did not say if it was seeking damages or a licensing agreement with T-Mobile USA. “We believe in the strength and value of our intellectual property and have the … [read full article]

T-Mobile “Sides” With Samsung In Apple/Samsung Patent War

In a move similar to Verizon last week, T-Mobile has entered the Samsung/Apple patent mix by opposing Apple’s efforts to stop Samsung Galaxy product sales in the United States. T-Mobile is concerned that any order against Samsung would “unnecessarily harm” T-Mobile and its customers especially with T-Mobile counting on major upcoming Samsung product launches. “At this late date, T-Mobile could not find comparable replacement products for the 2011 holiday season,” the company … [read full article]

T-Mobile Picks Up “SnapPad” Trademark, New Tablet Incoming?

The US Patent and Trademark Office has often been a source of upcoming T-Mobile secret codenames and with the recent discovery of the “SnapPad” trademark we’re asking more questions. The trademark itself is meant for tablet computers along with T-Mobile picking up a number of domain names like T-MobileSnapPad.com and .net. We should note that it was back in December of 2010 that T-Mobile trademarked the “G-Slate” name which we … [read full article]