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Apple Dings Motorola Over Qualcomm Agreement

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Feb 10, 2012, 3:56 PM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Feb 10, 2012, 5:11 PM

Apple has filed a new lawsuit against Motorola over a patent license agreement that exists between Motorola and Qualcomm. Specifically, Apple argues that since it is now a Qualcomm customer, it is a "third-party beneficiary of Motorola's agreement with Qualcomm," meaning that Motorola can't sue it for patents it is licensing from Qualcomm. The lawsuit was filed in the U.S., but pertains to the 3G lawsuits filed by Motorola against Apple in Germany.

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Feb 11, 2012, 12:20 AM

Geeezz I swear

crApple sues everyone over everything don't they. Seems like every day you read about them filing a lawsuit somewhere in the world. They're extremely litigious for sure.

Feb 10, 2012, 4:29 PM

Do we really need this?

News about patent litigation. It just seems so droll. Give us juicy details on phones and plans and roaming agreements and stuff, but the patent litigation doesn't seem so interesting, unless of course it actually does lead to someone's devices from being banned from the US.
I said the very similar last week, its either patent trolls or flame articles on AT&T and Apple.

Feb 10, 2012, 4:02 PM


We cant sue you for something you've done against us, so we will sue you for something you are doing with somebody else !!

I was seriously thinking about getting an iPad 2, now, I am taking serious thoughts as to if I even want to give apple any of my money. Galaxy Tab 10.1, here I come.
Yea they are getting very creative with these lawsuits. Im sure this will be thrown out of court. I need to become a lawyer and work for Apple, sounds like a fun job!
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