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2011-05-24 10:12:00

HOUSTON, May 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Late Monday afternoon, a jury returned a verdict of over $23 million in a patent infringement case in favor of Fractus, S.A., represented by Susman Godfrey. Fractus, a company based in Barcelona, Spain that sells antennas for mobile phones, accused Samsung of infringing its patents covering mobile phone antenna technology. Samsung contested infringement as well as the validity of the patents. It also asked for a royalty of 1 cent per phone....

2009-05-06 07:30:00

HOUSTON and BARCELONA, Spain, May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- On Tuesday, May 5, 2009, Fractus S.A. of Barcelona, Spain sued cell phone manufacturers Samsung, LG, RIM, Pantech, Kyocera, Palm, HTC, Sharp, UTStarcom, and Sanyo for infringing nine different patents held by Fractus. Fractus is an early pioneer in developing internal antennas for cellular phones and other industries. Founded in 1999, Fractus set out to meet the challenge of delivering antennas small enough to fit inside a cell phone yet...


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2009-07-04 15:37:27

Nimbostratus clouds are distinguished by a formless cloud layer that is predominantly dark gray in color. "Nimbo" comes from the Latin word "nimbus", meaning rain. It is a cloud that produces rain, and develops a cloud base between the surface and 10,000 feet. These clouds normally have a thickness of 6,500 to 10,000 feet, but can range from 3,500 to 15,000 feet. In rare cases, nimbostratus can be very thin and be accompanied by a separate layer of altostratus divided by a cloudless layer....

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