German court rules Motorola doesn't infringe Microsoft patent
The Mannheim Regional Court Friday ruled that Google Inc.'s Mobility
Holdings Inc. division doesn't infringe on a patent held by Microsoft Corp.
The lawsuit concerned a radio interface patent, which makes the use of many
applications easier for consumers. In full, patent EP1233343 is called
"Method and radio interface layer comprising a set of application
programming interfaces (APIs)."
Microsoft and Motorola weren't immediately available for comment.
ago, a court in Munich ruled in Microsoft's favor in a patent infringement suit
and granted Microsoft the right for an injunction against the sale of the
affected smartphones and tablets in Germany. The patent relates to a system
that assists mobile-phone keyboards communicating with applications.
In October 2010, Microsoft filed suit with the International Trade Commission,
asserting Motorola's Android-based devices infringe nine Microsoft patents. The
ITC is an independent U.S. federal agency that can block the sale or import of
infringing products. Since then both sides have filed many additional patent
infringement suits against each other in the U.S. as well as Germany.
Источник: Total Telecom
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