Another day, another lawsuit. Taiwan’s National Cheng Kung University filed a lawsuit in a U.S. district court on Friday, alleging that Apple’s Siri infringes on two of the school’s U.S. patents dealing with speech recognition technology, reports the “IDG News Service.”

Siri is Apple’s speech recognition “personal assistant” feature the debuted with the iPhone 4. The university is demanding Apple pay a still undetermined amount in damages, and that the court order an injunction on Apple’s use of Siri as a feature on its iPhones and iPads. For more info go to ,