ITC Sides with Everyone in RIM, Apple, Kodak Spat
The U.S. International Trade Commission today delivered a ruling on the on-going lawsuit between Eastman Kodak and RIM and Apple. Kodak sued Apple and RIM in early 2010, alleging that Apple and RIM's smartphones violated Kodak's camera patents. In late 2010, a judge initially sided with Apple and RIM, saying that the firms hadn't infringed on the patents. Kodak appealed, and the ITC decided the case was worth reviewing. Today's decision covered three separate claims. The ITC decided that Apple and RIM did not infringe on the main patent claim being made by Kodak. However, the ITC decided to restructure the other two claims, siding with Kodak on one, and not coming to a determination on the third. It is sending the entire case back to lower courts so that the points may be argued by Kodak, Apple, and RIM again.
Hands-On: Bullitt's Kodak Phone
Bullitt made an Android smartphone with Kodak's name on it. That's almost all there is to say about this handset, but we'll squeeze out a few more words for you in this hands-on report.
Hands On with the Kodak Ektra
Bullitt Group is back with another Kodak-branded smartphone and believes it has a better combination of form, features, and functionality in the Ektra. The Ektra clearly taps into the nostalgia factor thanks to its resemblance to older cameras.
Kodak Ektra Improves Camera and Lowers Price As It Makes US Debut
Eastman Kodak and Bullitt Group this week launched the Ektra smartphone in the U.S. The handset was first announced in October 2016.
ITC Agrees to Review Qualcomm's Complaints Against Apple
The International Trade Commission today said it will investigate claims made by Qualcomm that Apple is infringing on its patents. Specifically, Qualcomm says the processor and baseband in the iPhone 7 are violating its patented technology.
Kodak Phone To Be Shown at CES
Kodak this week revealed plans to produce Kodak-branded Android phones. The first phone will focus on a "rich" but simple experience for "consumers who want a high-end experience but aren't always as comfortable using increasingly complicated mobile devices as they would like to be".