Former App Launcher’s Patents Appear in New West Texas Campaign

  • January 8, 2023
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sectors: Consumer Electronics and PCs, E-Commerce and Software, Mobile Communications and Devices

Hyperquery LLC has filed its first litigation, suing HP (6:23-cv-00006) and Samsung (6:23-cv-00007) in a pair of Western District of Texas complaints in which infringement of two patents developed by DoAT Media Ltd. (a/k/a “Do@” and EverythingMe) is alleged. Targeted are HP’s Chromebooks and Samsung’s smartphones having “pre-installed Google Play Store that provides different apps such as gaming, movies, TV Shows, etc. to the user”. EverythingMe offered an app launcher, shuttering in 2015; some of the company’s patents moved into Hyperquery’s hands in July 2022. Alphabet (Google) is not named as a defendant in either complaint.


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