New Inventor-Controlled NPE Sues Nintendo and Sony

  • February 10, 2017

Inventor-controlled Genuine Enabling Technology LLC (GET) has initiated its first litigation campaign, filing separate cases against Nintendo (1:17-cv-00134) and Sony (1:17-cv-00135) in Delaware. At issue is a single patent (6,219,730) generally related to a device that combines user input with a separate input signals to form a single, encoded “data stream”. The defendants are accused of infringement through the manufacture and sale of game controllers with motion controls.

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