Telecommunications Industry News
Shortly after banning the popular Kik Messenger application from its mobile software store, Research In Motion has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against the developers of the app.
Ottawa-based intellectual property licensing company, Wi-Lan Inc., has filed a lawsuit against U.S. cable giants, Comcast, Time Warner, and Charter Communications, alleging patent infringement.
Canada's Competition Bureau is recommending a multi-million-dollar fine against Rogers Wireless, alleging that the cell phone giant has misled consumers in advertisements for its new discount wireless brand, Chatr.
Faced with intense competition in the mobile operating system market, American software giant Microsoft is suing Motorola, alleging patent infringement by that company's 'Droid' smartphone.
Bell Canada has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit alleging that it overbilled a number of landline and wireless customers in Ontario.
Waterloo, Ontario-based BlackBerry manufacturer, Research In Motion, has triggered new speculation about its forthcoming tablet device, by filing for a Canadian trademark on the brand name, 'SurfBook.'
Canadian wireless startup, Mobilicity, is confronting larger rival, Rogers Wireless, accusing that company of unfair competitive practices.
Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer, HTC, has filed a patent complaint against Apple with the U.S. International Trade Commission, seeking to ban the import of iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices.
Intellectual property firm, Wi-Lan Inc., announced today that it had signed a final agreement to settle a lawsuit brought against it by Vancouver-based telecommunications giant, Telus Corp.
Consumer electronics giants, Nokia and Apple, appear to have delayed their ongoing intellectual property battle and are now seeking a U.S. trial only in mid-2012.
Apple Inc., maker of the popular iPhone device, has filed a lawsuit against Taiwan-based HTC, maker of Google's new Nexus One smartphone.
Patent licensing firm, Wi-Lan Inc., has agreed to settle a lawsuit brought against it by Vancouver-based telecommunications giant, Telus Communications.
Published by TeleClick Enterprises
Edited by Jeremy Maddock