A Canadian intellectual property licensing company on Monday accused Google in Delaware federal court of infringing the technology that underpins Siri.
In a 135-page complaint, WiLAN subsidiary IPA Technologies Inc. said that Google Assistant, the voice-activated personal assistant app, and other programs infringed six patents that it acquired from SRI International Inc. in May 2016.
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