Ericsson Sues Apple Over Telecom Patents
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Feb 27, 2015, 8:01 AM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Feb 27, 2015, 8:10 AM
Ericsson today sued Apple in the U.S. and alleges the iPhone maker is violating multiple wireless patents. Ericsson filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission over Apple's use of its standard essential patents covering 2G and 4G LTE technology. It is seeking to ban sales of Apple's iPhone and iPad in the U.S. The ITC is a popular venue for lawsuits because it can prevent companies form important and/or selling devices. Ericsson also filed complaints in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas seeking both damages and injunctions. Standard essential patents must be licensed at fair and reasonable terms. Ericsson contends that Apple wouldn't agree to terms. "By refusing Ericsson’s fair and reasonable licensing offer for patented technology used in Apple smartphones and tablets, Apple harms the entire market and reduces the incentive to share innovation," said Ericsson. Apple didn't immediately respond to Ericsson's claims.
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Doesen't Make Sense
What the heck does that mean???
Don't see this happening
Even if this was true there no way that Apple can stop people already buying the phone.
Even if this is true Apple would settle this in court to delay it or just pay them off.