Google, Samsung Hit For Infringing Patents In Android Apps

Law360, Los Angeles (September 11, 2013, 3:59 PM EDT) -- A computer graphics company owned by WordPerfect maker Corel Corp. hit Google Inc. and Samsung Telecommunications America LLC with separate lawsuits in Texas federal court on Monday, alleging that Google Maps and the Google Chrome browser included in Android software infringes its patents.

Micrografx LLC, which was acquired by Canadian software company Corel in 2001, raises allegations that the companies infringe on three of its patents that protect methods and systems for providing graphics over the Internet and for producing graphical images without rewriting the underlying...
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