Appeals Court Deems Nintendo Controllers Patent Infringement-Free

The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has overturned the 2008 verdict of an East Texas jury that would have resulted in a ban on sales of the Nintendo Gamecube controller, Wavebird, and Classic Controller due to patent infringement. » 4/13/10 4:30pm 4/13/10 4:30pm

Nintendo's Patent Case: The Unanswered Questions

Earlier today, we learned that Nintendo had lost its bid for a new trial in the patent infringement suit brought against it by small Texas-based firm Anascape Ltd. Nintendo is ordered to pay $21 million to Anascape, who also named Microsoft and Sony in the same lawsuit — those two, however, opted earlier to settle out… » 7/22/08 6:20pm 7/22/08 6:20pm

Nintendo Loses in Bid to Reduce Patent Infringe Penalty

You may recall that earlier in May, Nintendo was pinched to the tune of $21 million in a patent infringement suit brought by Texas-based Anascape. Upon further review, the play stands - a U.S. District Court judge denied Ninty's pretty-please to cut that $21 mil to a less lottoriffic number. So unless they want to take … » 6/29/08 10:00am 6/29/08 10:00am