A federal agency is siding with Apple and ordering an import ban on HTC phones that infringe on a patent belonging to the iPhone maker.
Political strife is looming as South Korea's largest opposition party is demanding a partial renegotiation of a free-trade deal approved last week by the U.S. Congress after a long delay.
Political strife is looming as South Korea's largest opposition party is demanding a partial renegotiation of a free trade deal approved this week by the U.S. Congress after a long delay.
With federal debt piling up by the trillions and the "recovery" stuck in neutral, policymakers in Washington should focus on two overriding objectives: to shrink the public sector and grow the private sector. Trade legislation working its way through Congress offers an opportunity to advance both goals.
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp. is accusing Apple Inc. of violating three patents covering smartphones and other technologies, the latest round in an ongoing dispute between the two companies.
Eastman Kodak Co. on Wednesday said that it's looking at ways to turn 1,100 patents on digital imaging into ready money, perhaps through a sale.
The U.S. arbiter for trade disputes has spurned Apple Inc.'s digital-camera patent claims against Eastman Kodak Co., a 131-year-old photography pioneer caught in a perilous race to redefine itself in the cutthroat digital-imaging arena.
THE RULING: The U.S. International Trade Commission says Eastman Kodak Co.'s technology doesn't infringe on Apple's patent rights. It also rules that one of the two patents in dispute is invalid.
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp. said it believes it has a strong case for an appeal of a U.S. International Trade Commission ruling that HTC violated two Apple Inc. patents.