Another day another patent lawsuit. Apple’s being sued for patent infringement again. This is, well, it’s pretty common these days.
According to PCWorld, DSS Technology Management, a patent company (see patent troll) is suing Apple for infringing on two patents “relating to the use of wireless peripheral devices.” The suit names pretty much all of Apple’s products, such as the iMac, Mac Pro, Mac Mini, all iOS devices. It has something to do with these devices using wireless Bluetooth connections.
Of course the firm only wants to cash in on these technologies. In fact, it said that it wants to monetize these through patent licensing. Which means, of course, that they seek “monetary damages” for technology they aren’t even using.