WiLAN Aims Voice Recognition Patents Associated with Siri at Computers Running Microsoft Windows 10 with Cortana

  • October 14, 2016
  • Consumer Electronics and PCs, E-Commerce and Software, New Patent Litigation

IPA Technologies Inc., a subsidiary of Wi-LAN Inc. (WiLAN), has kicked off a new litigation campaign, filing separate complaints against Acer (1:16-cv-00945), ASUS (1:16-cv-00946), Dell (1:16-cv-00947), HP Inc. (1:16-cv-00948), and Toshiba (1:16-cv-00949). Two patents (6,523,061; 6,742,021) from a family of nine generally related to speech recognition and operation of “electronic data sources” are at issue. IPA accuses the defendants of infringement through the manufacture and sale of various desktop, laptop, and/or tablet computers using Microsoft’s Windows 10 and having Microsoft’s Cortana digital assistant.

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