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Patent Firm Sues T-Mobile Over Geolocation Tech

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Aug 5, 2013, 10:36 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

North South Holdings has filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against T-Mobile, alleging that the company is violating its intellectual property. The patent in question pertains to "geolocation of cell phones on the T-Mobile cell phone network." North South Holdings purchased the patent that covers this technology from Harris Corporation in 2012. The lawsuit was filed in Florida, and North South warned that more lawsuits are likely to follow. "This is the first complaint filed on the patents North South acquired from Harris Corporation, but we anticipate more," said Anthony Hayes, North South CEO. "This is a valuable portfolio and we will continue to demonstrate its worth. Use of North South's intellectual property without a license is unjust." T-Mobile did not immediately respond to the lawsuit.


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