“Late last week, Apple filed two separate patent infringement lawsuits against Graphic Properties Holdings Inc. (GPH), formerly known as Silicon Graphics,” Jack Purcher reports for Patently Apple.

“One was filed in San Francisco and the other in Oakland which are both noted as being Northern California District Courts,” Purcher reports. “Neither of the electronic court dockets has yet to be unlocked to reveal the details of Apple’s formal ‘Complaint.'”

Purcher reports, “In the interim, GPH has launched a more powerful patent infringement lawsuit against Apple in Delaware involving more patents than their original patent infringement case against Apple last November. The previous patent infringement lawsuit also included defendants Nintendo and Acer. This time around, GPH is focused solely on Apple.”

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