Nokia Files Second Lawsuit Against Apple
Nokia has filed a second lawsuit against Apple, this time alleging that the iPhone and iPad 3G infringe on five patents that belong to Nokia. The patents in question relate to speech and data transmission, as well as how location information can be used within applications, and antenna design. Apple has not responded. Nokia sued Apple in late 2009 over wireless patents, and Apple countersued Nokia. Neither of the previous cases has been resolved, though the U.S. International Trade Commission has agreed to investigate Apple's claims against Nokia.
ITC to Investigate Nokia's Patent Complaints Against Apple
The U.S. International Trade Commission today said it will investigate claims made by Nokia that Apple's smartphones and tablets violate its patented technology.
Apple Cleared of Violating Conversant Patents
Apple was exonerated in a Texas courtroom Monday where a jury found it had not infringed on five wireless patents held by Conversant Intellectual Property Management. Core Wireless, a Conversant subsidiary, sued Apple in 2012 over a dozen patents.
Nokia, Apple File Dueling Patent Lawsuits
Nokia and Apple have this week filed patent-related lawsuits against one another in various jurisdictions. Nokia's claims, filed in Germany and the U.S., say that Apple is using Nokia's patented technology without permission.
Apple and Nokia Bury the Patent Hatchet
Apple today said it has settled its patent complaints against Nokia and the two have signed a multi-year patent license. The two corporations sued one another in December of last year concerning licensing fees for Nokia's patents.
Nokia's only hope is these lawsuits.
Viable Smartphone Platform? - Nope.
One successful software initiative? - Nope. In fact, I think you could argue that Ovi, et. al. have all been massive failures. But calling any one of them a success is false.
A singe successful model in the USA - Nope.
Excellent developer support? - Nope.
Any sort of vision as to where to take mobile computing? - Nope.
Going through it all, Nokia has sadly become nothing more than a peddler of cheap inexpensive handsets and poorly engineered smartphones to Europeans who don't know any better. None of those are sustainable long term (look at their numbers... ha!) so they're now play...
You are fanboy-maximus so explain to me, a European, living in New Zealand (with a second home in Nosara, Costa Rica) with 5 Nokia's, an iPhone & 2 iPad's why Nokia has to rule in the US to be relevan...
According to global smart sales, why is it then that Nokia is greater than the sum of the iPhone & all Android combined????
Who is lying, you or facts?
Nokia may sell a lot of handsets, but go through the following:
No, I will not go through the following.
You had it right with the first line: Nokia is number one in the world.
How do you like them "Apples"?
Sad Panda's. :(
http://industry.bnet.com/technology/10004900/apples- ... »
average sales price per Nokia phone â‚¬62 or $79.01
Too bad you are the Panda.
sad, sad, sad
the iphone can't even compare. it is due to great marketing that sells the iphone. that and all the kids wanting to be cool.
seriously people it is the year 2010 and the iphone can't even multitask. iphone fanboys have to wait until this summer nokia has been multitasking for years.
i just decided to post this to get responses because i am bored at work and its friday.
hey, when you desperate for money!
yes, i'm talking about nokia.