PACid Technologies claims the tech giant infringed on three of its patents
But VirnetX's victory likely will be short-lived
Firm vows to 'fight' BlackBerry's effort to 'tax the innovation of others'
Another day, another lawsuit
Firm claims Snapdragon 800 chipsets infringe 'at least' eight patents
But firm says it plans to appeal this final judgement
Chipmaker alleges that Apple is in violation of three Qualcomm-owned patents
Firm promises to go to Wario
The worm turns
Wiki Wiki legal business massive
US agency will consider chipmaker's request for an import ban
'I put radio ON the internet (erm... after Scott Bourne... and Marc Cuban...)'
US judge doubles damages due to continued infringement
Chipmaker looks to cheer itself up by seeking iPhone sales ban in Germany
Lobbying group aims to put trolls back under their bridge
Says products use six of its patents 'unfairly' and 'unlawfully'
Chalk and cheese tech firms settle year-long dispute
Back under the bridge with you
Chipmaker skips a $2bn infringement penalty
Decision likely has Apple's lawyers rubbing their hands together
Chinese court rules that firm stepped on Huawei's 4G and UI patents
HTC, LG and Samsung are quick to sign up to 'patent peace' programme
Beijing rules that iPhone 6 and 6 Plus didn't infringe on the Baili 100C
Firm to aid against the increasing threat of 'baseless lawsuits by aggressive companies'
Blackbird Technologies appears from under its bridge
Big Blue puts Samsung, Google and Intel to shame
Unanimous ruling sees $399m damages payment tossed out
AI is already writing songs and designing toothbrushes
Firm found guilty of infringing VirnetX patents in FaceTime and iMessage, again
Firm alleges that BLU infringes on 15 patents
Clocks, apps, entire product lines. You name it
Samsung ain't gonna like this
CALTECH alleges infringment of IRA/LPDC decoders and encoders patents
VirnetX is also calling for another $190m in damages
This is still going on?
For now at least
Fair's fair, says firm
Firm is not too happy with Apple, but sales go on
Patents are the problem, dramatic scenes the vehicle
Argues ruling was based on out of date laws
Hooray for digital rights management
US ITC judge clears companies of wrongdoing in preliminary ruling
In bid to avoid legal tussle
Agree to play along nicely
Says court ruling could have 'devastating impact' on technology industry
Says jury may have had 'skewed damages horizon'
More in ORoPO than expectation
And that the law is an ass