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Samsung Sued for Mobile Device Sensor Patent Infringement

On Tuesday in the Western District of Texas, plaintiff Context Directions LLC filed a complaint against defendant Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., for patent infringement alleging that Samsung infringed the patent-in-suit relating to the “context” of a mobile device, referring to a device’s awareness of its environment and user behavior.

The patent-in-suit is United States Patent No. 10,142,791 (the ’791 patent), which the complaint stated “includes claims directed to a method for detecting the context of a mobile device, as well as a mobile device having such detection capability, where the mobile device has a plurality of sensors assigned to sensor groups arranged in a hierarchy, along with classifiers assigned to the sensor groups and a context detection module that activates and adapts the classifiers to evaluate the context of the mobile device based on signals from one or more of the sensors.”

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