Apple's executive in charge of the patent portfolio tipped to be leaving the company
It is unclear why one of Apple's main patent people is leaving the company at such an opportune moment. Apple is currently engaged in patent lawsuits with a lot of high-rolling names - Samsung and HTC being the most recent that it filed complaints with the ITC about.
Moreover, the $4.5 billion bid for Nortel's patents that got won by the funny consortium named Rockstar Bidco, which includes Apple, got approved yesterday by US and Canadian courts, despite antitrust doubts, so Cupertino's patent holdings are now even stronger.
Well, the guy might have just felt overworked with all that litigation and patent mudslinging going on in the mobile industry right now. We kid, but it's certainly an interesting development that shows the patent lawsuit game might be far from over yet.
1. wassup posted on 12 Jul 2011, 07:55 1 1
wwoooowww finally someone in apple got what they called MORALS!
3. downphoenix posted on 12 Jul 2011, 15:22 0 1
I guess Apple isnt totally braindead and hatemongering after all, someone still has common sense in the company by canning this guy.
4. SavageLucy42 posted on 12 Jul 2011, 15:24 2 1
Am I the only one too busy staring at that freaking sweet apple shaped phone to care about the article?
5. twenti7 posted on 12 Jul 2011, 19:40 0 0
if that's what the iPhone looked like, I would definitely get one!
6. ashutosh (unregistered) posted on 29 Jul 2011, 01:09 0 0
apple cost is so much is in india that a common person couldnot buy apple things
the rate should be affordable to all, medium citizens
plz less your rate
7. ashutosh (unregistered) posted on 29 Jul 2011, 01:11 0 0
i know aaple things is vry good
but i think the rate must be t5hat which is affordable to everybody