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Google, Motorola Forced to Give Apple Android Data

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Mar 6, 2012, 8:18 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

A judge has ordered Google and Motorola to deliver information concerning how the Android operating system was developed to Apple. The two companies must also give Apple information about Google's planned acquisition of Motorola. The cases relating to this action hail from 2010, when Apple sued Motorola over smartphone patents. Motorola counter-sued. Motorola and Google had hoped to prevent Apple from gaining access to this information. The first case, addressing Apple's patent claims against Motorola, begins June 11, and will be followed immediately by the Motorola v. Apple case.

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Mar 6, 2012, 11:12 AM


So every other manufacturer out there that's make a competing product or platform have to share it with Apple but when they want Apple to cough up some of there details the judges rule in favor of Apple. Seems pretty unfair if you ask me.
I doubt this is the final word on this matter....no doubt Motorola and Google will appeal the ruling....it is nowhere near over yet I don't think.
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