• Essential sued over wireless connector technology packed inside the Essential Phone

    1 month ago - By Phone Arena

    Troubles continue to plague Android co-creator's startup Essential, as the company has been recently sued for stealing connectivity technology. Keyssa Inc., a company backed by iPod co-creator Tony Fadell filed a lawsuit against Essential, accusing the startup of using stolen wireless connector technology.
    According to Keyssa's officials, the company had been working since 2009 designed for mobile phones that would allow transfers of large amounts of data without using wires or Wi-Fi connections.
    A few months ago, Keyssa signed a partnership with Samsung ...
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  • Andy Rubin's Essential sued by Tony Fadell's Keyssa over trade secrets

    Andy Rubin's Essential sued by Tony Fadell's Keyssa over trade secrets

    1 month ago - By SlashGear

    When you make big noise, make big claims, and use big names, you naturally paint a big target on your back as well, especially legal ones. Most big companies like Google, Microsoft, Samsung, Apple are lawsuit magnets and usually just brush them off usually. Smaller startups, however, might have a harder time, especially when the plaintiff has an equally big...
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  • Lawsuit claims Essential stole modular accessory tech

    Lawsuit claims Essential stole modular accessory tech

    1 month ago - By Engadget

    Andy Rubin's Essential Products is facing more legal troubles. The ex-Android chief's company previously found itself in hot water with smartphone accessory maker Spigen over its use of the "Essential" name. Now - less than two months since the rele...
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  • Andy Rubin's Essential sued by company backed by iPod creator Tony Fadell

    Andy Rubin's Essential sued by company backed by iPod creator Tony Fadell

    1 month ago - By SiliconBeat

    Keyssa sued Essential in San Francisco on Monday, alleging the latter used Keyssa's proprietary technology after the two companies severed their partnership.
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