Samsung Patent Licensing Agreement with Personalized Media Communications

Texas-based Personalized Media communications, which is having a seminal intellectual property portfolio, has successfully signed a patent licensing agreement with Samsung Corporation and its affiliates. PMC patent portfolio includes around 100 issued patents and pending applications that cover the use of control and information signals to control automated systems for generating and delivering electronic content to a display that is relevant to a user. Over the years, PMC is consistently pursuing a license-first approach to commercializing its intellectual property. In November 2015 PMC filed suit against Samsung in the Eastern District of Texas, claiming the electronics maker had infringed patents... Read More

Meizu – Qualcomm License Agreement Deal

Qualcomm and the Chinese consumer electronics company Meizu recently announced that they had signed a licensing deal with each other. With this deal, they ended a yearlong infringement suit which was filed by Qualcomm against the Chinese company. In the October of 2016, we came to know that Qualcomm (the largest chipmaker in the world) has filed patent infringement suits against the Chinese smartphone maker Meizu in the US International Trade Commission, the Mannheim regional Court in Germany and in France. The two went under a tiff when Qualcomm claimed that Meizu is refusing to negotiate the patent licensing deals... Read More

BlackBerry and India’s Optiemus Infracom sign’s licensing agreement to capture Asian smartphone market

BlackBerry once a phone innovator, was considered a game changer in 1999 when its mobile phone allowed on-the-go business people to access email wirelessly. BlackBerry devices were popular for a long time almost a decade. But with the introduction of the iPhone in 2007 and Google’s android in 2008 BlackBerry lost its market as a consequence of errors in its strategy and vision. Blackberry is striving to get back into the smartphone market for which it is strategically using third parties to manufacture and market the Blackberry smartphones. India being the fastest-growing smartphone market in the world, everybody is looking... Read More

Samsung Patent Licensing Agreement with Personalized Media Communications

Texas-based Personalized Media communications, which is having a seminal intellectual property portfolio, has successfully signed a patent licensing agreement with Samsung Corporation and its affiliates. PMC patent portfolio includes around 100 issued patents and pending applications that cover the use of control and information signals to control automated systems for generating and delivering electronic content to a display that is relevant to a user. Over the years, PMC is consistently pursuing a license-first approach to commercializing its intellectual property. In November 2015 PMC filed suit against Samsung in the Eastern District of Texas, claiming the electronics maker had infringed patents... Read More

Meizu – Qualcomm License Agreement Deal

Qualcomm and the Chinese consumer electronics company Meizu recently announced that they had signed a licensing deal with each other. With this deal, they ended a yearlong infringement suit which was filed by Qualcomm against the Chinese company. In the October of 2016, we came to know that Qualcomm (the largest chipmaker in the world) has filed patent infringement suits against the Chinese smartphone maker Meizu in the US International Trade Commission, the Mannheim regional Court in Germany and in France. The two went under a tiff when Qualcomm claimed that Meizu is refusing to negotiate the patent licensing deals... Read More

BlackBerry and India’s Optiemus Infracom sign’s licensing agreement to capture Asian smartphone market

BlackBerry once a phone innovator, was considered a game changer in 1999 when its mobile phone allowed on-the-go business people to access email wirelessly. BlackBerry devices were popular for a long time almost a decade. But with the introduction of the iPhone in 2007 and Google’s android in 2008 BlackBerry lost its market as a consequence of errors in its strategy and vision. Blackberry is striving to get back into the smartphone market for which it is strategically using third parties to manufacture and market the Blackberry smartphones. India being the fastest-growing smartphone market in the world, everybody is looking... Read More