Saturday, February 18, 2012

Motorola mobility apple

  • BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Apple has asked EU anti-trust regulators to step in and settle a technology patent dispute between the company and Motorola Mobility, according to Motorola Mobility.
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  • Google is counting on Motorola Mobilitys more than 17,000 patents — a crucial weapon in an intellectual arms race with Apple, Microsoft and other rivals to gain more control over smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.
  • (Yahoo Finance)
  • Apple has won a patent dispute against Motorola Mobility regarding a slide-to-unlock feature on smartphones. The judgement marks Apples first patent victory over Motorola in any part of the world.
  • (BBC News)
  • Feb. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. won a German patent ruling over Apple Inc.
  • (Businessweek)
  • The Department of Justice's Antitrust Division issued the following statement today after announcing the closing of its investigations into Google Inc.'s acquisition of Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc.
  • (Macdaily News)
  • Google moved closer to finalizing its deal to acquire Motorola Mobility. That could be great news for Google, which is looking to stretch its interests into more hardware ventures, and bad news for competitors like Apple.
  • (Network World Fusion)
  • The war of the smartphones continues apace, we see – the latest battle having been won by Apple, which challenged rival Motorola Mobility over a 'slide to unlock' feature on its phones.
  • (Management Today)
  • A Munich court Thursday found Motorola Mobility guilty of infringing an Apple patent and handed Apple a permanent injunction against two Android smartphones.
  • (SYS-CON Media (press release))
  • Apple Inc. filed a lawsuit against Motorola Mobility Inc. on Friday, saying Apples iPhone 4S is protected under a license agreement from Qualcomm Inc. The lawsuit, which was filed Friday in the U.S.
  • (Wall Street Journal)
  • FRANKFURT, Germany - Apple Inc. has temporarily blocked Motorola Mobilitys attempt to have it withdraw several iPhone and iPad models from its Internet store in Germany, the latest twist in an extended legal duel over patents between the companies.
  • (Minneapolis Star Tribune)

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