RIM, Samsung, Others Stole Mobile Battery Patent, Suits Say

Law360, New York (March 30, 2012, 4:21 PM EDT) -- Research in Motion Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. were among several companies sued in Texas federal court Friday by a patent assignee who claims the electronics companies are selling mobile devices that infringe its battery-charging device patent.

Unifi Scientific Batteries LLC filed the quartet of lawsuits against RIM, Samsung, Sony Mobile Communications AB, Texas Instruments Inc. and others that the company claims are infringing a patent used in the recharging of batteries present in cellphones and other mobile devices.

Nokia Inc., HTC Corp., Amazon.com Inc....
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