You can’t run a tech company these days without infringing on someone’s patents, and if you feel that you’re infringee material, the Eastern District of Texas is the place to set up shop. SimpleAir, a Texas-based „inventor-owned technology licensing company,“ took Google to court over push messaging systems used in Android. Last month a jury found that Google infringed on all five of the asserted claims, leaving the company liable to pay up to $125 million for damages.
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Federal Jury Decides Google Owes SimpleAir $85 Million For Push Messaging Patent Infringement was written by the awesome team at Android Police.