Yes, if I remembered correctly. There was a couple articles on AI.
Oh and this: http://m.networkworld.com/community/blog/google-had-opportunity-join-group-won-nortels-6000-patents?mm_ref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F#mobify-bookmark
Nortel had gone bankrupt. I think there's a case to be made that all agreements previously made under a bankrupt company were invalidated with their demise. When Rockstar bought Nortel's IP, it was tabula rasa time going forward.
Seems that Rockstar is suing third party licensees for patent infringement. The third party is claiming that Arris had already paid for the Nortel licenses and therefore the royalty had already been exhausted when they licensed that the technology that included those patents from Arris and therefore, shouldn't have to pay for the same licenses again. Sounds like the same BS Motorola/Google tried to do when they sued Apple for infringement for Motorola patents used in Qualcomm chips. Chips that Qualcomm paid Motorola licenses for and Apple later licensed from Qualcomm. Motorola/Google wanted FRAND licenses from Apple based on the retail cost of the device the chip was used in. Apple won their case when it was thrown out of the courts. I'm not sure of the license agreement Arris had with Nortel but wouldn't be surprise if it also get thrown out if it can be proven that the royalty for the Nortel patents were exhausted when Arris paid for the licenses. Just like when Qualcomm paid for Motorola licenses.
But no where I read does it state that Rockstar is reneging on their agreement concerning SEP patents, FRAND and honoring pre-existing Nortel licenses. The issue seems to be about third party using Nortel patents when they purchase devices from Arris. The third party do not have a pre-existing SEP, FRAND license with Nortel. It is Arris that has the Nortel license and they don't seem to be the one being sued. Though Arris is suing Rockstar on behave of their customers that are paying them to use their devices. But I may be wrong, as the suit gets confusing to follow after a while.