Nokia Didn't Infringe on Apple Patents, Say ITC Insiders
The investigative staff at the International Trade Commission has determined that there is no evidence that Nokia infringed on any of Apple's patents. Further, the ITC says that some of Apple's patents are invalid, and some of them were inapplicable to the case at hand. The investigators will recommend that Nokia not be charged, however, a judge will make the final ruling in February. Should the judge rule against Nokia, then it might ban certain Nokia handsets from entering the U.S. Next on the ITC's docket is Nokia's lawsuit against Apple, which also alleges patent infringement.
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WOW... phonescoop just can't make a positive article on nokia.
Should the judge rule against Nokia, then it might ban certain Nokia handsets from entering the U.S.
They're not stating anything but what the reprecussions of if the ITC comes back backing Apple.
Though stated as very ...
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