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Apple, Nokia, others added to Typhoon Touch lawsuit launched vs Dell


LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Typhoon Touch Technologies Inc. said it has expanded its patent infringement suit commenced in December 2007 against Dell Inc. by adding Apple Inc., Nokia Inc. , LG Electronics USA, Inc. and others. Typhoon Touch, owner of foundational intellectual property in the area of portable touch-screen computing, said it believes that numerous defendants are selling and/or offering for sale what could be millions of devices which may infringe Typhoon's patents. Typhoon Touch and its licensee and co-plaintiff, Nova Mobility Systems Inc., previously reached an out-of-court settlement with Motion Computing Inc. and recently completed a settlement with Electrovaya Inc, wherein Electrovaya recognized the validity of Typhoon's patents at issue in the litigation. Electrovaya acknowledged infringement of one or more of the patent claims and made an undisclosed royalty payment of at least 20 percent on past and future sales of its Scribbler Tablet PC's in the United States, the company said. Typhoon Touch also added Fujitsu Computer Systems Corp; Toshiba America Information Systems Inc.; Lenovo (United States) Inc.; Panasonic Corporation of North America; HTC America, Inc.; Palm Inc. and Samsung Electronics America, Inc. to the lawsuit. jlw/lam COPYRIGHT Copyright Thomson Financial News Limited 2008. All rights reserved. The copying, republication or redistribution of Thomson Financial News Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of Thomson Financial News.