2011/17/08, 12:08 am
A recent analysis has estimated that Kodak's digital-imaging patents, which make up just 10 percent of its intellectual property portfolio, are worth $3 billion, more than five times the struggling photography pioneer's current value in terms of market capitalization.
2011/04/08, 02:08 am
Photography pioneer Kodak's patent infringement case against Apple with the International Trade Commission has been left in an uncertain transition due to the retirement of the judge overseeing the case.
2011/02/08, 01:08 pm
Eastman Kodak Co. is said to be considering the sale of one of its most valuable patents, an invention that is the key component of lawsuits against smartphone makers Apple and Research in Motion.
2011/26/07, 10:07 pm
Even as Kodak anxiously awaits a ruling from the International Trade Commission that could bring in more than a billion dollars in revenue from Apple and RIM, the photography company is counting on its patent portfolio to reverse a string of losses that have sent shares of its stock tumbling.
2011/18/07, 08:07 pm
The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled on Monday that Kodak did not infringe on Apple's patents, upholding an ITC judge's decision from May.
2011/30/06, 06:06 pm
In a mixed decision Thursday, the U.S. International Trade Commission ruled that smart phones from Apple and Research in Motion do not violate digital photography patents owned by Eastman Kodak Co., denying the beleaguered photographic company its bread and butter claim.
2011/12/05, 08:05 pm
A judge with the U.S. International Trade Commission ruled on Thursday that Eastman Kodak did not infringe upon digital-camera patents owned by Apple.
2011/24/01, 07:01 pm
A patent infringement case filed by Eastman Kodak against Apple and RIM has been ruled to be invalid by a US International Trade Commission judge.
2010/17/02, 06:02 pm
In addition to a probe inspired by a lawsuit from Nokia, the U.S. International Trade Commission announced this week it will also investigate a patent infringement complaint from Kodak against Apple.