Kutt Tries for a Third Bite at the Apple

December 10, 2015

Mers Kutt, the founder of All Computers, Inc., a Canadian company that Kutt claims invented the personal computer in the 1970s, has filed another lawsuit (3:15-cv-00640) seeking to proceed in pauperis against a laundry list of over 35 computer industry companies. Kutt’s complaint asserts a single patent (5,506,981) generally related to a microprocessor in a computer system with multiple clock signals. Defendants the names of which begin with the letter “a” include Acer, Advanced Micro Devices, Alphabet (Google), Amazon, Apple, ARM, ASUS, AT&T, and Atmel. The list goes on to include Intel, a defendant against whom All Computers has a history of unsuccessful litigation.

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