Company NuCurrent, a company specializing in wireless charging technology, and to sue Samsung for stealing their alleged intellectual property to the technology offered by the small company this is not the first time that a sue Samsung for stealing intellectual property, as it is not the first time that she’s stealing from small businesses in the field of technology.
What’s the company NuCurrent, and why did she file a lawsuit against Samsung
Company NuCurrent is a company based in the city of Chicago, the U.S. focused on wireless charging technology. The company has developed a new way to deliver technology shipping wireless quick and efficient and spoke to Samsung about licensing the technology. Called Samsung team NuCurrent to South Korea, where the two companies held a meeting go on for days about how technical and how it can benefit Samsung if they are used in smart phones of the company.
This was considered the meeting a success through the company NuCurrent, where shown Samsung great attention to using the technique of NuCurrent in phone its Galaxy S and Galaxy Note. However, the company has become NuCurrent increasingly frustrated by Samsung as they paused in making the partnership official.
After that, I felt the company NuCurrent shocked when I found that Samsung has developed the technology NuCurrent in the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S8 and all that without signing a license deal.
And sue the company NuCurrent Samsung because of the theft of intellectual property despite the fact that Samsung is aware that its legal team will require on any legal team of another affiliated company the youngest in the concerned jurisdiction.
This is not the first time that a lawsuit against Samsung for stealing their technology.
Where the Apple by suing Samsung because of similarities between the Galaxy S and iPhone and not only that, in 2014, Samsung delivered a technology called “Smart Pause” on the Galaxy S4 is a technique that works to turn off the video cached on your smartphone if the viewer turns away from the screen. This was a technology with a great idea, but stolen from a company called PARTEQ, in collaboration with Queens University, which provided a technique very similar to buy Samsung before the launch of the Galaxy S4.
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