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Laminar Research Lawsuit Filed Against X-Plane Developers

A patent troll has sued Laminar Research, maker of the flight simulator X-Plane. The troll has accused the company of infringing upon its Uniloc patent, which prevents unauthorized access to electronic data. The troll wants a jury trial and damages that would include pre-and post-judgment interest. The X-Plane app is popular with pilots who use it to practice in a safe environment.

The small software company, based in Columbia, South Carolina, is dedicated to developing software that accurately reflects the laws of physics.

X-Plane is its flagship product and is available for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The company also has mobile versions for the iPhone and iPad. Its latest releases include the game Space Combat, and the upcoming title X-Plane: Warhammer: Remastered.

The lawsuit was filed by Uniloc, which is suing X-Plane’s developers for 1.5 million dollars. Its patent covers the process of ensuring a license is valid. The suit also targets Mojang, the creator of Minecraft, and Notch himself. While the game creators have promised to avoid the patent trolls from making any money from X-Plane, Austin Meyer, the company’s president, is defending the game.

The Laminar Research lawsuit claims that the software reflects the laws of physics.

X-Plane is a popular flight simulator for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The company also released mobile versions for the iPhone and Android. And now, another X-Plane lawsuit has been filed against the creators of the game. However, the dispute over the license has sparked the creation of a new game based on the same principles.

In addition to suing Laminar Research, Uniloc is suing X-Plane’s developers for infringing the patents on their software. The lawsuit is based on the Android version of X-Plane, which uses Google’s copy-protection code. In addition to X-Plane, seven other Android developers are also facing a lawsuit for infringing the Uniloc patent.

A patent troll is suing the creators of X-Plane to prevent them from making money from the game. The troll is also suing Mojang for patent infringement. The X-Plane developers have pledged to block the trolls from earning any money. The company’s CEO, Notch, is the sole defendant in the lawsuit. The case has been dismissed in part due to the lack of evidence, but it is still an intellectual property issue that deserves further investigation.

According to the press release, Uniloc is suing the creators of X-Plane for 1.5 million dollars.

X-Plane is a popular game among gamers worldwide. It has become the most popular online game ever, with over 100 million users worldwide. If X-Plane is not protected by a patent, it could be a thorn in Notch’s side. Its creators have responded to the suit by claiming that their games are protected by the patents.

The X-Plane creators are also being sued by Uniloc. The X-Plane developer has been accused of infringing the patent by using Google’s copy protection code. Notch has promised to block the X-Plane developer from making any money from the game. Moreover, he is defending the game against the lawsuit and has vowed to make it “unlawfully” infringe the Uniloc patent.

The Laminar Research lawsuit is a patent infringement. The software company’s lawyers are determined to make sure that the legal proceedings are fair and efficient. The suit is based on the claim that their products do not infringe the Uniloc patent. The X-Plane creators have also threatened to remove the infringing software from the market. They are suing to block the development of similar games, and have threatened to stop the development of similar games.

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