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Someone is using old Jawbone patents to sue Apple and Google

Jawbone is best known for its fitness trackers, but the recent lawsuits focus on noise-isolation tech used in its earphones.

Wearables company Jawbone is long-dead — it went out of business in 2017 — but its patents live on, and someone is using them to sue and Google.

As first reported by Bloomberg News, an entity named Jawbone Innovations LLC filed lawsuits against the two tech giants this week in federal court in Waco, Texas. The suits allege that and Google infringed eight patents previously belonging to Jawbone and focused around noise-isolation algorithms originally developed for DARPA.

The suit against names the infringing devices as “all versions and variants of Apple iPhone, iPad, Pro, and products,” while the suit against Google is similarly broad, naming “all versions and variants of Google smartphones […] tablets…

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Jawbone is best known for its fitness trackers, but the recent lawsuits focus on noise-isolation tech used in its earphones.

Wearables company Jawbone is long-dead — it went out of business in 2017 — but its patents live on, and someone is using them to sue and Google.
As first reported by Bloomberg News, an entity named Jawbone Innovations LLC filed lawsuits against the two tech giants this week in federal court in Waco, Texas. The suits allege that and Google infringed eight patents previously belonging to Jawbone and focused around noise-isolation algorithms originally developed for DARPA.
The suit against names the infringing devices as “all versions and variants of Apple iPhone, iPad, Pro, and HomePod products,” while the suit against Google is similarly broad, naming “all versions and variants of Google smartphones […] tablets…

Continue reading…

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