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Tag: U.S. Supreme Court

  1. Apple pays $25 million in settlement with patent troll

    Apple has agreed to pay $25 million to settle a patent infringement lawsuit brought by…

  2. U.S. Supreme Court ruling favors Apple’s fight against patent trolls

    The Supreme Court on Monday blessed new government procedures for challenging patents…

  3. U.S. court: Government doesn’t need warrant to access cellphone records to track location data

    When law enforcement asks a company for cellphone records to track location data in an investigation, is that a search under the Fourth Amendment?

  4. Apple discourages Supreme Court from hearing Samsung patent petition, calls case ‘legally unexceptional’

    Apple this week attempted to dissuade the U.S. Supreme Court from hearing Samsung’s request for review…

  5. Apple gets a sales ban on patent-infringing Samsung phones

    In the latest round of the Apple v. Samsung patent war, US District Judge Lucy Koh on Monday granted an Apple motion for permanent injunction against devices…

  6. Google urges U.S. Supreme court overturn Apple v. Samsung patent infringement ruling

    Google has urged the U.S. Supreme Court to take up Samsung’s appeal of its patent loss to Apple over the copying of iPhone technology…

  7. Apple defeats U.S. class action ‘bag search’ lawsuit

    Apple Inc. defeated a U.S. class action lawsuit brought by Apple retail workers over bag search practices…

  8. ‘Shrinkage’ problem lands Apple in legal hot water with retail workers

    A federal judge has ruled that Apple must defend a class-action trial…

  9. U.S. judge gives go-ahead to class-action lawsuit by Apple retail employees over bag searches

    Apple Store employees who sued Apple Inc. over bag searches…

  10. U.S. Supreme Court ruling leaves Google open to lawsuits over Street View secretly collected personal data

    The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal by Google Inc…

  11. Aereo shutting off service after U.S. Supreme Court ruling

    Controversial TV streaming startup Aereo said Saturday it’s shutting off…

  12. U.S. Supreme Court: Barry Diller’s Aereo violates copyright law

    Diller says it’s over now…

  13. U.S. Supreme Court unanimously bans warrantless cell phone searches

    In a blow to the Obama administration, which petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to allow warrantless cell phone searches..

  14. Apple the #1 target of patent trolls

    In a filing with the Supreme Court, Apple said that for every case that reaches court…

  15. Can U.S. police search your iPhone without a warrant?

    Can the arresting officer, without a warrant, riffle through the contents of your Apple iPhone?

  16. In Aereo Internet TV case, U.S. Supreme Court justices show concern

    Grappling with fast-changing technology, Supreme Court justices debated…

  17. TV’s future is about to be decided by U.S. Supreme Court

    A landmark case is about to be heard in the U.S. Supreme Court…

  18. Can police search your phone on arrest? Privacy groups urge U.S. Supreme Court to say ‘no’

    Ever since the US Supreme Court announced in mid-January…

  19. Apple, Google watch closely as US Supreme Court weighs curbing patent trolls

    The U.S. Supreme Court considered making it easier for companies…

  20. Apple, Google press U.S. Supreme Court to curb patent trolls

    Apple Inc. and Google Inc., saying they’re tired of being slapped with frivolous patent suits…

  21. U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear online retailers tax case

    The U.S. Supreme Court declined on Monday to tackle the long-standing question…

  22. TV broadcasters ask U.S. Supreme Court to review dispute of iPad TV streamer Aereo

    Television broadcasters are asking the highest court in the United States…

  23. Apple lauds U.S. Supreme Court rulings on gay marriage

    In a pair of 5-4 decisions, the Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled…

  24. Apple win in Mirror Worlds case left intact by U.S. Supreme Court

    Apple Inc.’s victory in a patent-infringement case was left intact…

  25. Topsy Turvey: Google exec cracks under Apple cross-examination during U.S. v. Apple e-book trial

    Google executive Thomas Turvey cracked under questioning…

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