/// Apple Loses Patent Case to Licensing Firm
A federal jury in Delaware found Thursday that Apple Inc. infringed three patents belonging to a company partly owned by Nokia Corp. and Sony Corp. of America, in a case that shows how quickly the dynamics of patent licensing and litigation are changing. The jury found that Apple’s iPhone infringed three patents related to mobile-device technologies owned by MobileMedia Ideas LLC. Two of those patents came to MMI from Nokia and the third from Sony. Read the rest of this post on the original site »
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Apple Loses Patent Case to Licensing Firm
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