ITC Agrees to Investigate Nokia's Claims Against Apple
Jan 26, 2010, 3:35 PM by Eric M. Zeman
The International Trade Commission recently agreed that it will launch an investigation into Nokia's patent infringement claims against Apple. The ITC agreed to explore whether or not Apple is violating Nokia's patents. Nokia sued Apple in October 2009, saying that the company was violating many of Nokia's wireless patents in Apple products such as the iPhone, iPod, and laptops. Apple responded with a patent suit of its own in December. Since then, both companies have sued to block the other from importing their products into the U.S. and Europe. The ITC has not said that it will also explore Apple's claims against Nokia.
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Good luck with that!
What will likely happen is Europe will likely get mad that a U.S. company is making money and will attempt to tax it or find it in violation of some BS patent. That's how European companies remain competitive.
I've heard all of this before, and I have already already dealt with it;
https://www.phonescoop.com/news/discuss.php?fm=m&ff= ... »
Oh yeah, and I remember this one, to...
http://www.boygeniusreport.com/2010/01/28/nokia-crus ... »
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100128/ap_on_bi_ge/eu_f ... »
I think they just don't like the fact that a company is stealing from them and is refusing to pay them for what is rightfully theirs. Otehrwise they are doing just fine wit...