In late November 2013, Patently Apple posted a report titled “Apple’s iMac and Mac mini Targeted in new Patent Lawsuit Regarding Wireless Networks using Low Duty Cycle RF Bursts.” The Patently Legal report covered a patent infringement suit filed by DSS Technology Management.
Fast forwarding to the present, Westlaw Practitioner Insights reports that “A federal appeals court on Thursday declined to reconsider a recent decision reinstating a patent infringement lawsuit against Apple Inc.
The tech giant had sought a rehearing by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit of a March decision upholding the validity of a patent owned by DSS Technology Management Inc. DSS sued Apple in 2013, claiming the Mac Mini, iMac and Mac Pro computers infringed its patent.”
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