Another day, another lawsuit. Core Wireless Licensing SARL, a Luxembourg-based company, has filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against Apple, claiming that the company is violating wireless-related technologies in its 2G, 3G and 4G iPhone as well as iPad models, reports “HardMac” (

The lawsuit is seeking unspecified damages from Apple and future royalty payments for every device made that utilizes the infringed patent. Interestingly, as noted by “ubergizmo” (, Core Wireless is in charge of managing a portfolio of 2,000 patents, “most of them are reportedly owned by Nokia, and Microsoft supposedly has a financial interest in the group as a portion of past, current and future legal settlements are expected to make its way into Microsoft’s bank account, as well.”