Antenna Company Sues 10 Handset Makers Over Patents
May 8, 2009, 10:15 AM by Eric M. Zeman
A small company based in Spain called Fractus has filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against Samsung, LG, RIM, Pantech, Kyocera, Palm, HTC, Sharp, UTStarcom, and Sanyo over technology relating to cell phone antennas. Fractus claims that nine of its patents are being violated by the companies named in the lawsuit. The company didn't specify what type of damages or reparations it is seeking.
|This lawsuit will probably be met with...||Slammer||
|what about plastic??||netboy||
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