Parus Holg; in the US Federal District Court for the Western District of Texas yesterday. Apple
announced that it has filed a second patent infringement lawsuit against .
The reason for the lawsuit is Parus, sound scan and device control technology patent infringement by Apple. Case; 6,721,705 and 8,185,402
Based on US patent number .
Both patents belong to Parus:
Patent number 6,721,705 ‘ Webley System, Inc.
Taken from . Skate 8,185,402 was listed as a ‘Parus’ skate in 2004, but was listed as another ‘Webley Systems’ patent in 2001. According to the official complaint filed in court, both patents “by transfer” belongs to Parus.
According to the company’s claim, it is available on all Apple’s devices. Siri violates the patent of Parus. According to the complaint In connection with Siri, each alleged Apple product implements a method for using voice commands to navigate Internet websites as required by the 2nd claim of pantent ‘705. “The same discourse applies to skate number ‘402.
This isn’t the first time Parus has filed a lawsuit against Apple:
Parus is trying all available means, including claiming compensation for all violating sales made by Apple. The lawsuit argues the violation was ‘casualty’ and has Apple triple compensation and requests that Apple pay Parus’ attorney’s fees and be barred from using the Parus patented patents for the duration of the lawsuit.
This is what Parus filed against Apple for using user-voice interface technology to provide information. second lawsuit. Earlier this month, Parus had won a major victory over Apple in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s Patent Trial and Appeals Board (PTAB) as it outright rejected Apple’s attempt to override its key Parus patents.