Zipit Wireless Unloads Against Multiple Defendants over the “Single Most Important Smartphone Feature”

June 11, 2020

So far in June, Zipit Wireless, Inc. has widely expanded its litigation over two homegrown patents, suing Alphabet (Google), BLU Products, Lenovo (Motorola Mobility), Nokia, Panasonic, Sony, and TCL (TTE Technology) (1:20-cv-00756) in a single District of Delaware complaint, HTC and ZTE (1:20-cv-02489) together in a Northern District of Georgia complaint, and Apple (1:20-cv-02488) and Microsoft (1:20-cv-02487) in separate, stand-alone complaints also filed in the Northern District of Georgia. Throughout this campaign, begun in October 2013 against BlackBerry, Zipit has targeted the provision of mobile devices capable of sending messages containing an “emoji/graphical symbol” over a Wi-Fi application.

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