Patent Battle to Be Webcast

Susan Hall

It's not Tiger Woods in the U.S. Open or even the NBA finals. But, according to InformationWeek, there's so much interest in the patent infringement lawsuit between Nokia and Qualcomm that it's being webcast by Courtroom View Network.

 

Court proceedings are to get under way Wednesday. With potentially billions of dollars at stake, the story says financial institutions have been lining up for the subscription service, which starts at $400.

 

Meanwhile, Bloomberg reports IBM, Oracle, SAP and Adobe are being sued by Seattle-based Implicit Networks, which claims the companies infringed two of its patents for computer-server software that performs faster security functions.



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