Google is again facing a new case, but this time they are not defending it, instead they are ready to pay the penalty.
The Mountain View, California-based Google is said to be negotiating with the FTC regarding the penalty or how much they have to pay for breaching the Safari Internet browser that Apple Inc. made, according to a person who is knowledgeable about the matter.
The fine could possibly reach over $10 million dollars, according to the person, who refused to be acknowledged for the reason that negotiations are private. The penalty will be the very first . . . → Read More: FTC Fines Google for Breaching Safari
Microsoft has lost its plea to the US Supreme Court over supposed breach of a patent fitting in to the Canadian software firm I4i.
The court discarded Microsoft’s appeal that the patent is unacceptable, maintenance earlier court decisions that Microsoft had infringed I4i’s patent, which narrates to tradition XML in files. The court also declined to receive Microsoft’s explanation of Section 282 of the Patent Act of 1952, which Microsoft quarreled should only need a “prevalence of proof” to prop up its patent invalidity protection, which means it would require only more than half of the . . . → Read More: US Supreme Court Dismissed Microsoft’s Appeal Against I4i