Samsung Pay in the Crosshairs of New Proxense Campaign
Proxense, LLC has opened up a second litigation campaign, accusing Samsung (6:21-cv-00210) in a new Western District of Texas complaint of infringing five patents through the provision of Samsung Pay on myriad mobile devices. The patents generally relate to biometric authentication. Proxense’s complaint emphasizes the biography of its founder and CEO, and named inventor on many of its patents, John J. Giobbi, as well as the company’s technology development, the “foundational capabilities” of which are described as including “a secure element, biometrics captured and stored thereon, retrieval of biometrics and token passing to a trusted third party, and completion of a mobile payment transaction”.
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