Patent lawsuit: "majority" of Seagate, WD drives infringing

Tagged: Seagate, WD, Computer Hardware
Source: Ars Technica - Read the full article
Posted: 4 years 2 weeks ago

"Rembrandt IP Management is "focused on attaining fair value for infringed patents," and it thinks it has two winning patents on its hands that could affect the entire US hard drive industry. Rembrandt today filed suit against both Seagate and Western Digital in federal court, alleging that most of their hard drives violate a pair of patents Rembrandt purchased from inventor Uri Cohen." | more

 

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Anonymous

This is why the US is doomed. While the dollar is collapsing and people are losing their jobs, greedy ass-faced corporations are doing this "patent" horse crap.
Thank god we don't have that stuff like that here in Australia.

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no good