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Ubisoft has sued both Apple and Google for selling the game Area F2, which it claims as a ripoff of its popular video game Rainbow Six: Siege.
U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that iPhone owners can forward with their class action lawsuit against Apple in an anti-competitive case involving the App Store.
A U.S. District Court in Houston has dismissed a lawsuit brought over the Group FaceTime bug in iOS 12.1, which allowed third parties to eavesdrop on conversations.
Qualcomm has said in a court hearing that Apple owes them $7 billion in patent royalty payments. It also claimed that Apple's partners are also withholding royalties causing significant loss to the company.
According to a recent report, Apple is facing over 26 lawsuits on the topic of the company's throttling of processors in older iPhones.
A Florida-based security solutions company called Sensible Vision is claiming that the Face Unlock feature found in OnePlus 5T is infringing one of its patents.
Apple is facing its first class-action lawsuit after admitting that it is purposefully slowing down older iPhones to improve battery life and prevent unexpected shutdowns.
According to a recent report, Chinese clothing brand Kon has recently filed a lawsuit against Apple for copyright infringement as Apple's App Store logo bears a resemblance to its logo.
Recently, Qualcomm has filed a lawsuit against Apple asking a Chinese court to block the sale and manufacturing of iPhones within the country.
According to a recent report, Samsung is facing its first lawsuit against them over the exploding Galaxy Note 7 handsets.
A judge in Amsterdam has ruled in favor of a customer who sued Apple for refusing to replace her broken iPhone 6 plus with a new model.