Traxcell technologies sue Apple for the second time over Apple Maps

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Yukesh Prabhu
Yukesh Prabhu
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Non-practicing entities are being a great player to tech firms and eventually put the company at utmost risk, synchronously a non-practicing entity called Traxcell Technologies, that holds a patent of numerous innovations, however, we couldn’t perceive it, since the Company has no intention to develop it, is customarily referred to as a patent troll.

In the past “Traxcell Technologies ” sued companies like Sprint, AT&T, and Apple; this long list of legal cases sometimes misfires Traxcell as Apple sued back Traxcell for claiming false accusations of patent infringement. It might be a traditional approach of Traxcell against tech companies, be that as it may on December 17, yesterday,  Traxcell Technologies, has sued  Apple saying that Apple maps contravene on one of its navigation patent rights at U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas.

In January this year, Traxcell sued Apple claiming that Apple was infringing on two of its patents connected to navigation systems; the new lawsuit proclaims that Apple maps contravened on a Traxcell-owned patent U.S. Pat. No. 10,820,147. 

The patent owned by Traxcell is associated with technologies for mobile offline and online navigation information. The patent summary consists of all the detailed data of the supposed infringement, including GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi systems that are used to locate the exact place of the user.

Traxcell Technologies claims that Apple is deliberately infringing on the patent. The tech giant is conscientiously motivating other companies to contravene Traxcell’s patents regarding users’ directions on using Apple Maps.

In August this year, Apple filed a Complaint about the Declaratory Judgement of the Noninfringement of the ‘147 patent. Traxcell Technologies followed through with their patent infringement case against Apple based on the ‘147 patent. 

The allegations on Apple seek vandalization and gratuities for the claimed infringement and a permanent directive barring Apple from persistent infringing on the Traxcell property. 

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