Verizon Hit With Patent Suit Over Wireless Tech Services

Law360 (August 30, 2018, 2:25 PM EDT) -- Verizon violated four patents that deal with wireless technologies and message broadcasting systems, an Australian computer security firm alleged in a complaint filed Wednesday in Texas federal court.

Uniloc Corp. said Verizon Communications Inc.'s mobile hotspots and mobile modems that provide internet access, GPS technology that gives messages to other Verizon devices, streaming service that allows videos to be streamed faster, and network that allows shared access over a common frequency band all infringe its patents, according to the complaint.

Uniloc also alleges that customers who use the products and services infringe on the patent and that Verizon knowingly commits the...

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