A judge ordered Typo to stop selling a keyboard for iPhone because the product appeared to violate BlackBerry’s patents. Ryan Seacrest’s company kept selling them anyways, a court order shows.
Ryan Seacrest earned an award he probably doesn’t want: a court order stopping all sales of the Seacrest-backed $99 Typo keyboard for iPhone. BlackBerry proved that a “likelihood” of patent infringement.
Typo, the Ryan Seacrest-backed keyboard startup, intends to defend itself against patent infringement allegations from BlackBerry and will be officially launching its iPhone keyboard accessory at CES this week.
BlackBerry has filed a lawsuit against Typo, the Ryan Seacrest-funded keyboard startup, alleging patent infringement of the company’s keyboard.