Samsung wants to sue $ 3 billion for biometric technology in the flagships

PACid Technologies filed a lawsuit against Samsung Electronics, accusing the company of   violation of three patents related to   encryption of data.

Samsung wants to sue $ 3 billion for biometric technology in the flagships

American company PACid Technologies filed in   Texas District Court of Arbitration against Samsung Electronics, accusing her   at   illegal use of their patents.

Because of what are being sued

AT   PACid Technologies assure that the South Korean manufacturer in the development of biometric technologies violated three patents related to   encryption of data. Alien developments allegedly helped Samsung to create human recognition systems by   iris, fingerprint and   face.

How many

Such sensors are   flagships Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge +, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S8 and   Galaxy S8 +. Therefore, counting the income of Samsung with   2016, in   PACid Technologies demanded   $ 3 for   each device sold, and   it's in   total $ 2.82   million.

Lawyers of the company are already preparing an answer to the   put forward claims.

Who are PACid Technologies

It is a company that develops technologies related to   encryption, but   not   uses them   herself. The   there is nothing   produces, and   earns by selling licenses. Therefore, its   called the " patent troll " . In addition to Samsung, PACid Technologies also sues   Google, Apple, Nintendo and   other

Source: GSMArena

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