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Apple Wins Patent Round Against Nokia

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Mar 25, 2011, 2:45 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Today a judge with the U.S. International Trade Commission ruled that Apple isn’t violating Nokia patents related to mobile phones. Both companies have sued one another claiming patent violations. Nokia sought to block Apple from exporting the products it believed violated Nokia's patents to the European Union. The judge's decision still needs to be reviewed by the commission before the ruling is considered final. Apple has pending patent litigation with a handful of other companies.

more info at BusinessWeek / Bloomberg »

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phatmanxxl

Mar 25, 2011, 5:44 PM

proof that...

Apple invented Nokia and cell phones, along with everything else cell phone related. Wink
phatmanxxl said:
Apple invented Nokia and cell phones, along with everything else cell phone related. Wink


Nokia didn't invent them either.
I wonder if Nokia's new masters in Redmond are pissed?
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I certainly hope youe being sarcastic!
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Floobydust

Mar 25, 2011, 9:02 PM

Proof . .

that Apple has the money to buy anything it wants. I used to think they could only afford California judges (remember the the iPhone 4 prototype search warrant), but I guess they are movin' on up to the east side. Who knew.
Floobydust said:
that Apple has the money to buy anything it wants. I used to think they could only afford California judges (remember the the iPhone 4 prototype search warrant), but I guess they are movin' on up to the east side.
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