“Apple is being sued for allegedly infringing on a patent filed in 2001 by two professors from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the oldest technological university in the US,” Jack Purcher reports for Patently Apple.
“A company by the name of Dynamic Advances, who is now the exclusive licensee of this patent, is the one suing Apple,” Purcher reports. “According to the company, Apple’s Siri personal assistant software is clearly infringing upon their patent.”
Purcher reports, “Is this case initiated by Dynamic Advances LLC just another greedy Patent troll grab-for-cash, or is it about Dynamic Advances being an IP Defender for the two professors? You be the judge.”
Much more in the full report here.