In Apple's 10-K annual report filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that was posted yesterday, it notes that Apple plans to "Vigorously" defend itself from a lawsuit filed last week by Nokia. Nokia is claiming infringement of different cellular and Wi-Fi patents by Apple's iPhone.
After taking some of Microsoft's money, Eolas is once again going to court over patent infringement issues. Apple and 22 other companies are now the target of a new patent infringement suit over the use of browser-embedded interactive Web content.
Psystar, the Florida-based manufacturers of the unauthorized Mac clones
that have been the scrutiny of a long-time court battle, has filed for
Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The move is likely to delay the proceedings in
the Apple case, though Psystar may not be able to finance its
continuing defense against Apple.