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Nintendo ordered to pay $10 million in Wii patent lawsuit
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Today, a Dallas jury awarded iLife Technologies $10 million in its patent infringement lawsuit against Nintendo of America. The suit, which was brought forth in 2013, alleged that Nintendo used iLife’s technology when creating its motion-sensing Wii
Munck Wilson Mandala Secures $10M Patent Infringement Verdict on Behalf of iLife TechnologiesPR Newswire (press release)
Nintendo ordered to pay Dallas company $10 million for use of technology in Wii consolesDallas News
Wii Remote Lawsuit Ends in $10M Verdict Against NintendoRollingStone.com
Heavy.com -Gamasutra -EconoTimes -Newburgh Gazette
all 16 news articles »
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Published On: Thu, Aug 31st, 2017

Nintendo ordered to pay $10 million in Wii patent lawsuit – Engadget


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Nintendo ordered to pay $10 million in Wii patent lawsuit
Engadget
Today, a Dallas jury awarded iLife Technologies $10 million in its patent infringement lawsuit against Nintendo of America. The suit, which was brought forth in 2013, alleged that Nintendo used iLife's technology when creating its motion-sensing Wii ...
Munck Wilson Mandala Secures $10M Patent Infringement Verdict on Behalf of iLife TechnologiesPR Newswire (press release)
Nintendo ordered to pay Dallas company $10 million for use of technology in Wii consolesDallas News
Wii Remote Lawsuit Ends in $10M Verdict Against NintendoRollingStone.com
Heavy.com -Gamasutra -EconoTimes -Newburgh Gazette
all 16 news articles »

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