LG Electronics Accused of Infringing Smartphone Touch-Screen Patents

LG Electronics Accused of Infringing Smartphone Touch-Screen Patents

On Monday, Touchscreen Gestures filed suit against LG Electronics, alleging that LG's smartphones and tablets infringe touch-screen technology patents. In its complaint, Touchscreen accuses LG of infringing U.S. Patent Nos:

  • 7,184,031, entitled "Method and Controller for Identifying a Drag Gesture;"
  • 7,180,506, entitled "Method for Identifying a Movement of Single Tap on a touch Device;"
  • 7,190,356, entitled "Method and Controller for Identifying Double Tap Gestures;"
  • 7,319,457, entitled "Method of Scrolling Window Screen by Means of Controlling Electronic Device."    

Touchscreen, which filed suit in the Eastern District of Texas (6:12cv428), targeted various LG smartphone/tablet models, including Optimus, Viper, Lucid, Nitro, Spectrum, myTouch, Thrill and Phoenix. 

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