Nokia Vs Apple
Posted on January 3, 2010 by Shay Greenberg for Luckyroom.com
Nokia has appealed to the International Trade Commission (ITC) of the U.S. on Tuesday, accusing Apple of infringing patents entrenched in “virtually every mobile phone, ipod and computer” that it sells. The Finnish company refers to seven patents used for data interface, cameras, antennas and energy-saving technologies. Nokia claims that this knowledge helps to reduce production costs and minimizing the size of equipment and extension of time “life” of batteries.
Nokia estimates that the ITC will decide within the next month whether to proceed with the case, while Apple has not made any announcements. Conflict, analysts say, that the change in the balance of power in the landscape of mobile phones will not be resolved soon. Although the Finnish company sells more phones than Apple, the latter has begun to actively enter the market with its iPhone covers lost ground quickly enough. In October, Nokia had appealed to a court of the State of Delaware against Apple, claiming that the U.S. company violated 10 patents. Apple responded to the filing, accusing Nokia of violating 13 patents in return.
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