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Apple to appeal dismissal of FRAND litigation against Motorola

0. phoneArena posted on 04 Jan 2013, 23:37

Looking to re-start its litigation against Motorola over FRAND patents, Apple has filed an appeal over the dismissal of the standards-essential patent suit with the United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin; the appeal follows the FTC consent order with Google which prohibits Google and its Motorola subsidiary from seeking an injunction if it is involved with any FRAND patent litigation...

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posted on 05 Jan 2013, 18:23

23. Nathan_ingx (Posts: 4281; Member since: 07 Mar 2012)

Dream on...

posted on 05 Jan 2013, 18:43 1

24. roscuthiii (Posts: 2233; Member since: 18 Jul 2010)

Apple: Inconceivable, these terms are not "fair & reasonable"!

Apple, I do not think those words mean what you think it means.

posted on 05 Jan 2013, 19:58 3

25. InspectorGadget80 (unregistered)

APPLE DON'T BE SO CHEAP. You are taking 15-25$ from HTC now you dont want to give no more than a $1? Now to show the Ifans how GREEDY APPLE is. Motorola was the first company to create/invent the cell phone. They should give them 30$ per hand set sold. If Apple hadn't started suing AGAINST Android non of these B.S. PATENT laws wouldn't have been going on for a few years.

posted on 06 Jan 2013, 10:44 1

31. Droiddoes (unregistered)

Yeah, truly truly pathetic company. It's all good, their arrogance and greed will be their undoing, just like last time. Only this time around no one is going to bail them out.

posted on 06 Jan 2013, 13:27

33. darkkjedii (Posts: 24355; Member since: 05 Feb 2011)

We know that's what u want, but its not gonna happen. Stop hating on apple, and just enjoy your device dude. U r one insignificant consumer, u have no voice and can make no difference. Your only medium is as a loud mouth apple hater on PA. PATHETIC.

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