New Plaintiff, a Likely Family Affair, Files Suit over “Adaptive Communications” Patents

April 1, 2019

Recently formed SRK Technology LLC has filed its first lawsuit, accusing Snap (2:19-cv-02515) of infringing two related patents broadly directed to selecting, on a “communication device”, a recording “communication mode” based on the duration for which a certain user “interface element” of an application is activated. SRK Technology’s infringement allegations take aim at Snap’s mobile app, targeting its camera interface feature where a tap of the record button captures a photo snap while a hold of the button records a video snap.

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