After a Bit of a False Start, Campaign Targeting Cloud-Connected Mobile Devices Hits HP

July 23, 2019

In mid-June, District Judge Richard G. Andrews granted a stipulation to dismiss, without prejudice, a case brought in the District of Delaware by SynKloud Technologies, LLC against BLU Products. The plaintiff has now brought a second case, asserting against HP (1:19-cv-01360) two of three patents that were briefly at issue in the prior case. Those patents broadly pertain to a wireless device that stores data on an external storage server, with infringement allegations against HP focused on the provision of products that use cloud services (calling out Microsoft One Drive), including certain HP 2-in-1 convertible laptops, desktops, and laptops.

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