A.K Rahming

Nintendo has long found itself in legal hot water from various companies that try to insist that the Japanese giant is infringing on one of their patents. This act, colloquially known as “patent trolling” among the gaming community, seems to rear its ugly head against Nintendo almost every year. But, oftentimes, the Big N does manage to come out on top, and that’s exactly what’s happened in this most recent case involving the technology found in the Wii Remote. The case involving Nintendo of America v iLife Technologies Inc. was formally put to a close just recently with the judgment […]

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