“H-W Technology on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against Apple, Nokia, Motorola, RIM and 28 other companies for infringing on one of its patents,” Jim Dalrymple reports for The Loop.
“Filed in the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division, the lawsuit claims the 32 companies infringe on the ’955 Patent, entitled ‘Internet Protocol (IP) Phone with Search and Advertising Capability,'” Dalrymple reports. “The patent was awarded to H-W Technology in April 2009.”
Dalrymple reports, “In addition to Apple, Nokia, Motorola and RIM, other companies sued by H-W Technology include Amazon, LG, eBay, Hotels.com, Google, Priceline, Expedia, Buy.com, Samsung, Microsoft, Verizon and others. H-W Technology is asking the court for a permanent injunction against the companies, cash damages, and enhanced damages for knowingly infringing on the patent.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Brawndo Drinker” for the heads up.]