Skyhook Sues Google Again Over Wireless Location Patents
Law360, New York (September 21, 2012, 8:27 PM EDT) -- Boston-based Skyhook Wireless Inc. on Thursday expanded its legal attack on Google Inc., accusing the search giant of infringing nine more patents that cover its Wi-Fi system for identifying the location of cellphones and other mobile devices.
Skyhook, the developer of the XPS positioning system, originally sued Google in Massachusetts federal court in September 2010 over four patents. In the new case filed Thursday in Delaware federal court, it says Google has infringed on nine other patents.
Those patents cover "very different" elements of the XPS technology, explained Skyhook CEO Ted Morgan. "This is a much broader case," he told Law360....
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