Press Releases

March 20, 2014
Federal Jury Orders Google To Pay SimpleAir $85 Million for Infringement

January 21, 2014
Federal Jury Finds Google Infringed SimpleAir Patent

April 18, 2013
SimpleAir Announces Successful Completion of Patent Reexaminations

May 24, 2012
SimpleAir Announces License Agreement with Apple

Articles

fierce

March 24, 2014

Juries find Google infringed a patent for telling your phone you have mail
Following a three-day trial, a local federal jury, on Wednesday, ordered Google to pay SimpleAir $85 million for infringing its patent relating to push notification services in Smartphones.
By  , Fierce Enterprise Communications

 

marshall
March 21, 2014

SimpleAir awarded $85M in patent case
Following a three-day trial, a local federal jury, on Wednesday, ordered Google to pay SimpleAir $85 million for infringing its patent relating to push notification services in Smartphones.
By  Robin Y. Richardson, marshallnewsmessenger.com 

 

zdnet

March 21, 2014

Google forced to pay $85m over patent infringement
SimpleAir has won $85 million in damages over patents relating to Google’s Cloud Messaging (GCM) and Android Cloud to Device Messaging (C2DM) services.
By   for Between the Lines 

 

cloud

March 20, 2014

Google ordered to pay SimpleAir $85m for infringing mobile, cloud patents
Following a verdict handed down at the end of January this year, Google has been ordered to pay software licensing company SimpleAir $85m in damages over its infringement of the company’s patents related to sending notifications from cloud services to mobile devices.
By Jonathan Brandon, Business Cloud

 

bloom

March 19, 2014

Google Told to Pay Simple Air $85 Million in Web Patent Trial (2)
Google Inc. was ordered today by a jury in Texas to pay $85 million to SimpleAir Inc. for using the closely held company’s technology for transmitting Internet-based data to computers and mobile devices without a license.
By Susan Decker, BloombergBusinessweek

 

marshall
January 23, 2014

SimpleAir seeks $125 million from Google
Attorneys for SimpleAir announced Tuesday that they will seek damages in excess of $125 million for Google’s infringement after winning the patent infringement suit last Saturday, following a week-long trial here in U.S. District Court Judge Rodney Gilstrap’s courtroom.
By Robin Y. Richardson, Marshallnewsmessenger.com

 

guardian
January 22, 2014
Google faces $125m claim after Android found to infringe patent
SimpleAir wins landmark case in jury trial that goes against Android software rather than implementation in hardware as other handset makers face similar suit
By Charles Arthur, Theguardian.com

 

pcworld

May 25, 2012
Apple Settles Patent Lawsuit with SimpleAir
SimpleAir in Texas said Thursday it had settled its patent infringement litigation against Apple, and entered into a confidential license agreement by which Apple had taken a license to its patents.
By John Ribeiro, pcworld.com