Google Glass Accused of Infringing Location Tracking Patents

  • May 5, 2014

Silver State Intellectual Technologies, Inc.’s new suit (2:14-cv-00662) against Google asserts seven patents, five of which have been used in Silver State’s previous litigation. Google’s mobile devices, including Google Glass, as well as the Android operating system are accused of infringing the patents-in-suit (6,525,7686,529,8246,868,3357,593,8127,650,2348,538,4988,700,312). The ‘312 patent and ‘498 patent have not been seen in previous suits. Silver State’s portfolio of patents, including those asserted in this litigation, was acquired from American Calcar, Inc. and relates to geolocation capabilities in a mobile device. The entity’s campaign has been slowly growing since 2011 with more than ten patents-in-suit and defendants that include Apple and Garmin. 4/30, District of Nevada,


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