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Ocado is facing allegations that its robot-operated warehouse technology has infringed a rival company’s patents.
Apple is working on a foldable iPhone with a “self-healing” screen to fix scratches and dents, according to reports. The tech giant has filed a patent for the device which would have a screen that runs right across the actual fold in the phone. And according to the filing Apple says that the phone would actually heal any damage automatically.
Sonos has filed another patent lawsuite against Google, alleging that the search giant is infringing five wireless audio patents across the entire line of Nest and Chromecast products.
Nikola, the embattled electric vehicle start-up, has forced the removal of several critical videos from YouTube, saying they infringed its copyright by using footage from the company – including the now-famous clip of a prototype truck rolling down a hill.
An artist who launched his own clothing range during the coronavirus lockdown is facing a legal battle with fashion giants Hugo Boss over his merchandise.