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Jury Exonerates Apple and LG in Alcatel Patent Case

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Dec 13, 2012, 5:21 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Apple and LG were today found not to infringe on Alcatel-Lucent patents. The jury's finding concludes a week-long trial that took place in San Diego federal court. Alcatel-Lucent claimed Apple and LG were violating its video compression patents in phones such as the Apple iPhone and the LG Chocolate Touch, Bliss, Mystique, and others. Alcatel-Lucent was looking to score $173 million in damages from Apple and LG. Apple's lawyers were pleased with the outcome. Neither LG nor Alcatel-Lucent offered comment. Earlier today, however, Apple was found guilty of infringing three MobileMedia patents in a separate trial. Damages in that case have yet to be assessed

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Dec 15, 2012, 3:55 PM

You're lucky, LG

Making phones as bad as that piece of total crap Chocolate Touch, it's a wonder more people don't sue you for being a fully and completly incompetent cell phone manufacturer.
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