“The Nevada Company based in Erie Pennsylvania owns patented X2Y Technology which consists of proprietary electrode arrangements that are embedded in passive components,” Purcher reports. “While the lawsuit is focused on Intel’s Core i7 processor as the technology violating the Company’s technology, the plaintiff is dragging Apple and HP into this suit by their use of these processors in computers such as the iMac.”
Purcher reports, “The case was filed in the United States Pennsylvania Western District Court. The presiding Judge in this case is noted as being Judge Sean J. McLaughlin. The Plaintiff is seeking a Trial by Jury.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lava_Head_UK” for the heads up.]