The two tech giants are heading back to court - and this time Apple wants Samsung to pay per device.
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Google, Apple and a coalition of other tech giants have been given permission to buy Kodak's patent portfolio.
Intel has gone on a patent buying spree, snapping up 190 patents and 170 patent applications from Real Networks, including those related to music streaming.
The EU Court of Justice's advocate general, Yves Bot, has said that to allow programming language to be copyrighted would only lead to monopolies in the IT industry.
The International Trade Commission (ITC) has ruled that Apple's mobile devices do not violate any of HTC's patents.
The Hargreaves Report, a government report looking in to digital copyrights, brings with it a recommendation to make it legal for people to copy CDs and DVDs to their computers and other devices.
Motorola is claiming that Chinese electronics giant Huawei Technologies has been stealing its trade secrets.
Nintendo aims to get tough on piracy (and touch on the causes of piracy) looking very closely at possible copyright infringements related to Nintendo games on mobile phones this month.