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Court Declares Apple Not Intruding Google’s Patent

An appeal court says that Apple has not infringed Google’s Motorola Mobility patent at the time of building the iPhone

Jan 11 2014, 10:45am CST | by

Court Declares Apple Not Intruding Google’s Patent
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On Friday, a court declared that Apple is free of the accusation of violating Google’s patent of Motorola Mobility in constructing the iPhones.

CNET reports that in 2010, Google filed the lawsuit against Apple, stating that the Cupertino company had intruded its several patents related to important features, including an option where the users are being prevented from unintentionally activating the touch screen when the device on the consumer’s ear.

However, in 2013, the International Trade Commission declared that Apple was not involved in breaching Google’s six patents at the time of purchasing Motorola Mobility in 2012.

For the past three years, Apple is found to indulge in fighting patent battles with several major technological companies, including Samsung. Nonetheless, the tech giant won most of the cases.    

 

 

 

 

 
 
 


Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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