Boston University seeks slice of Apple

Boston University recently sued Apple for the infringement of one of Professor Theodore Moustakas' patents, namely 5,686,738 "highly insulating monocrystalline gallium nitride thin films" granted in 1997. The complaint claims that Apple products including the iPhone 5, iPad, and MacBook Air all i...

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