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HTC Agreed to Pay Apple Patent Fees After Courtroom Losses

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Nov 12, 2012, 8:16 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

HTC initiated the talks that led to its patent truce with Apple, reports the Wall Street Journal. According to the Journal's sources, HTC contacted Apple after losing two separate U.S. International Trade Commission cases, which found Apple's products did not infringe on HTC's patents, but that HTC's products did infringe on Apple's patents. Terms of the licensing agreement were not provided, but the Journal says the monetary value is high enough that it is likely to affect HTC's profits in the coming quarters. HTC's smartphone business has struggled to halt a decline in marketshare around the world.

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Nov 12, 2012, 8:22 AM

The Apple Copyright Enforcement Task Force scores again

With their tactical vests and fully automatic rifles, they've defeated HTC and forced them into submission! Laughing
It may be good for HTC also, not having to spend time, money, and energy for possible lawsuits. This way they can focus on technology and business.
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