“Today Lodsys has amended its complaint against mobile app developers and modified the list of defendants, leaving out one of the seven developers sued on May 31 (Vietnamese company Wulven Games) but adding five famous games companies,” Florian Mueller reports for FOSS Patents.
• Rovio: Acaused of infringing at least one of Lodsys’s patents with Angry Birds for iOS and Angry Birds for Android
• Electronic Arts: The Sims 3 for iPhone
• Atari: Atari’s Greatest Hits for iPhone and Atari’s Greatest Hits for iPad
• Square Enix: Big Hit Baseball for iPhone and Big Hit Baseball for iPad
• Take-Two Interactive: 2K Sports NHL 2K11 for iPhone
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Mueller reports, “With today’s amended complaint, Lodsys is currently suing a total of 37 defendants, and there may be more to come.”
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Lodsys sues The New York Times Company and five others in East Texas – July 5, 2011
Lodsys asks for two more months to answer Apple’s motion to intervene – June 22, 2011
Lodsys: Apple & Google may be contractually precluded from challenging Lodsys’s patents – June 16, 2011
The New York Times Company and OpinionLab sue Lodsys – June 14, 2011
All four Lodsys patents now also challenged in Southern California AV software maker ESET – June 13, 2011
Apple enters legal fray against Lodsys, files motion to intervene – June 10, 2011
New lawsuit may render Lodsys in-app purchase patents invalid – June 8, 2011
Lodsys sues 7 app developers in Eastern Texas; Mac and Android devs also targeted – May 31, 2011
Lodsys also threatens Android developers with legal action over in-app purchases – May 27, 2011
Full text: Apple Legal’s letter to Lodsys – May 23, 2011
Apple: iOS developers already licensed for Lodsys patents – May 23, 2011
EFF calls on to Apple defend iOS developers in Lodsys legal threats – May 21, 2011
Following Lodsys legal threats, Apple reportedly stops approving iOS apps with In-App Purchases – May 18, 2011
Lodsys defends legal threats: Apple is licensed, iOS developers are not – May 16, 2011
Lodsys threatens Apple App Store devs with lawsuit over In-App Purchases – May 13, 2011