Apple pays $454m to VirnetX in patent infringement case

clock • 2 min read

At least one of the patent cases between Apple and VirnetX now appears to be over

VirnetX, a security software and technology company that has also been described as a 'patent troll', says that it has finally received a payment of more than $454 million from Apple in one of its ...

To continue reading this article...

Join Computing

  • Unlimited access to real-time news, analysis and opinion from the technology industry
  • Receive important and breaking news in our daily newsletter
  • Be the first to hear about our events and awards programmes
  • Join live member only interviews with IT leaders at the ‘IT Lounge’; your chance to ask your burning tech questions and have them answered
  • Access to the Computing Delta hub providing market intelligence and research
  • Receive our members-only newsletter with exclusive opinion pieces from senior IT Leaders

Join now

 

Already a Computing member?

Login

You may also like
Apple enters the AI race – but not everyone is happy

Artificial Intelligence

Will Apple Intelligence help the company shift more iPhones?

clock 11 June 2024 • 2 min read
Check Point releases emergency fix for VPN zero-day

Threats and Risks

Patches actively exploited flaw

clock 30 May 2024 • 2 min read
'TunnelVision' bug potentially allows snooping on all VPNs

Threats and Risks

Operating system features can be manipulated to divert traffic away from encrypted VPN tunnel

clock 08 May 2024 • 3 min read

More on Licensing

'Sheer greed': Industry reacts to Oracle's new Java pricing

'Sheer greed': Industry reacts to Oracle's new Java pricing

'Vendors have worked out a model where they can get more money out of you'

Tom Allen
clock 01 February 2023 • 5 min read

Firms should treat software licence reviews as a material risk to business

Software licence reviews present a significant risk to business - but there are ways to combat them

Robin Fry
clock 09 October 2018 • 4 min read

Case study: Arup slashes licensing bill with Snow

Arup claims to have saved £4m on licensing by weeding out unused software

Tom Allen
clock 22 March 2018 • 2 min read