“The US International Trade Commission today said that Apple is not violating patents held by S3 Graphics in its products and is terminating its investigation on the matter. The decision follows a mixed ruling in July, where an ITC judge found Apple to be infringing on two of S3 Graphics’ patents, while not infringing on two others. A final decision on the matter was due last week, with the ITC electing to postpone it until today for reasons unknown.” That’s one of the 3958354635635627658358365367 cases closed.
S3 Graphics’ Case Against Apple Collapses at ITC
Submitted by anonymous 2011-11-22 Legal 6 Comments
That’s an impressive 92 bits.
It would appear that 64bit CPU registers are no longer sufficient and that we now need 128bit arithmetic to exactly count the number of legal cases. Who says patents don’t encourage innovation?
HTC bought S3 for litigation purposes. You would think they would understand the concept of Karma?!!