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This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: Apple’s iWatch Patent, The MBA Sticker Ad, And The Defender

gadgets140725 As the summer presses onward, so do we. A massive Apple patent surfaced this week, giving us our most detailed look yet at the company’s focus for the much-rumored iWatch. And speaking of Apple, the company recently released an interesting commercial showing off MacBook Air notebooks covered in stickers. Plus, we discovered a fun Indiegogo campaign this week for the Defender, a… Read More

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Apple Gets An Exhaustive iWatch Patent

iwatch Apple has received a patent from the USPTO (via AppleInsider) that covers multiple kinds of smartwatch devices, including a modular design that includes a smart strap with built-in sensors and controls that can host a plug-in personal media device (like the previous iPod nano) and an all-in-one that likely bears more resemblance to the coming iWatch we’ve been hearing so many rumors… Read More

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Blue Patent Leather Wallet Wristlet carrying cover case for HTC Windows Phone 8X CDMA including Built-In Credit Card Slots and Detachable Wristlet+ NuVur ™ Keychain (ESMXDVB1)

Blue Patent Leather Wallet Wristlet carrying cover case for HTC Windows Phone 8X CDMA including Built-In Credit Card Slots and Detachable Wristlet+ NuVur ™ Keychain (ESMXDVB1)

Blue Patent Leather Wallet Wristlet carrying cover case for HTC Windows Phone 8X CDMA including Built-In Credit Card Slots and Detachable Wristlet+ NuVur ™ Keychain (ESMXDVB1)

  • May fit with your phone case* Approximate phone compartment dimensions: 5.5″ X 2.9″ X 0.5″
  • 2 Card Pockets, 1 ID Pocket, Extra Pocket
  • 2 Extra side comparments for small notes, coins, or bills
  • Matching detachable wristlet strap
  • Button Clasp to provide extra protection

The Croc style Wristlest wallet clutch comes with a detachable handstap. Great for extra safety and ease of use. Inside includes two built in credit card slots and one visible ID slot. Also comes with two extra pocket compartments perfect for bills, coins, more credit cards or small note. Snap button to keep the cover closed and your device secured. Bicast Leather with Embossed Crocodile Texture. All orders for this smartphone case are shipped with one NuVur ™ Keychain. Fits all carriers including Alltel Wireless, Jitterbug, Consumer Cellular, Virgin Mobile, Cricket, Tracfone,T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, U.S Celular, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, NET10, Straight Talk. As well as Both GSM and CDMA Networks.

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Microsoft And Dell Sign Patent Royalty Agreement For Android And Chrome OS Devices

Today Dell and Microsoft announced that they have signed an agreement relating to intellectual property, which will see the two companies “license each company’s applicable” patents regarding Android and Chrome OS devices, as well as Xbox consoles. Read More

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Microsoft And Dell Sign Patent Royalty Agreement For Android And Chrome OS Devices

Today Dell and Microsoft announced that they have signed an agreement relating to intellectual property, which will see the two companies “license each company’s applicable” patents regarding Android and Chrome OS devices, as well as Xbox consoles. Read More

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Apple and Samsung headed for another patent trial in March after failing to reach a settlement

It’s back to court for Apple and Samsung. After an attempt at settling their latest patent dispute, the two companies will begin another trial in March, according to a filing with the US district court in San Jose. To be clear, this isn’t a re-trial…

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Apple and Samsung headed for another patent trial in March after failing to reach a settlement

It’s back to court for Apple and Samsung. After an attempt at settling their latest patent dispute, the two companies will begin another trial in March, according to a filing with the US district court in San Jose. To be clear, this isn’t a re-trial…

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Judge denies re-retrial in never-ending Apple v. Samsung patent battle

It turns out we’re not the only ones who are ready to see this patent battle royale come to an end. Last night, Judge Lucy Koh denied Samsung a retrial in the case that will not die, but took the opportunity to shame Apple’s lawyers for bringing the…

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HTC Will Pay Nokia Licensing Fees As Part Of Patent Dispute Settlement

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Smartphone maker HTC will have to pay up to Nokia to continue peddling its wares (via Android Central), as part of a patent license agreement set out by the two companies today. The settlement means that all pending litigation between the two companies is dismissed as of today, and the extent of the payments made by the Taiwanese company isn’t being made public.

Nokia has been racking up wins with regards to HTC’s use of what it views as its intellectual property. First, HTC was found to be in violation of a key microphone tech patent held by Nokia, and then the HTC One Mini was banned from sale in the UK over the use of certain chipsets (which was stayed), and finally the HTC One faced an injunction in Germany, too.

The deal will see HTC also share rights to its own LTE patent portfolio, meaning Nokia probably just generally won overall. It also sounds like future considerations are included in the deal, as evidenced by the suggestion that the two companies will “explore future technology collaboration opportunities.”

HTC is no stranger to paying up to use key mobile patents related to Android smartphones: It also signed a licensing agreement with Microsoft back in 2010 to avoid similar infringement claims. This new arrangement with Nokia seems like it’s probably a sort of 11th hour concession of defeat, coming as it does on the heels of a loss to the Finnish company by the District Court of Mannheim published earlier this week which would’ve seen HTC forced to rethink its device design. HTC had indicated at the time that it would seek to appeal the decision, but now, with all ongoing cases resolved in the deal, that’s off the table.

HTC can’t seem to catch a break, but with a rumored new flagship launch on the horizon, it’s probably best that the company take its licks and move forward rather than continue to be distracted by ongoing legal battles.

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Nokia and HTC end their patent dispute, agree to license each other’s tech

Nokia and HTC have officially put all this patent litigation nonsense behind them. The two have settled their disputes, signed an agreement to license each others technology, and even decided to explore further opportunities to collaborate. The…

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