Samsung Sued over Device Interoperability

September 1, 2020

In a new Eastern District of Texas complaint, S.M.R Innovations Ltd and Y.M.R Tech Ltd. have together alleged that Samsung (4:20-cv-00641) infringes two patents generally related to “rerouting data including multimedia data” to the “most convenient” of a plurality of nearby wireless devices. The two plaintiffs, each controlled by one of the patents’ named inventors, target the provision of certain Galaxy S and Galaxy Note mobile devices over their support of Google Cast, also targeting certain Galaxy smartphones over their ability to remotely send device notifications to a paired Samsung Galaxy Watch.

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