Court ruling prevents SEP owners from seeking ITC exclusion order
posted by Alan F. / May 23, 2013, 1:48 PM
Apple goes on to add that Samsung gave Apple non-FRAND terms to license its SEPs based on the total value of Apple's devices that infringed Samsung patents instead of the value of the components involved. Just as Samsung went to the ITC with the goal of getting an exclusion order against its rival, LSI/Agere had sought a sales ban on Realtek without making a licensing offer.
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posted on May 23, 2013, 2:07 PM 8
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there's no need for that
posted on May 23, 2013, 2:33 PM 2
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there IS a great need of that! 1) no free copy file = fascism 2) no default app selection = fascism 3) no nfc = arrogance 4) no voice recognition in many languages = incapability 5) Apple censors your personal emails!!!! - “Apple censoring iCloud emails and attachments” = fascism 6) "Phones most vulnerable among smartphones" = amateurs 7) "Apple iOS Apps Leak More Personal Info Than Android" = security amateurs 8) "Quarter of iPhones have a broken screen, poll says." = quality sucks 9) "40% of iOS popular apps invade your privacy without any permission." = security sucks 10) "FBI files: STEVE JOBS was a lying, power hungry, mad man." 11) "Steve Jobs: "We are shameless about stealing great ideas." " 12) "Italy fines Apple $1.2 million over AppleCare practices." = fascism 13) "Belgian consumer group files complaint against Apple over AppleCare warranty practices." = fascism
posted on May 24, 2013, 6:02 AM 0
How's apple the worse because Samsung wants to abuse FRAND patents?
posted on May 23, 2013, 2:29 PM 3
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u are rite for 1+ 4 u
posted on May 23, 2013, 2:32 PM 2
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wow so much hate I dont understand, does any of this companies that sell phones gives you anything for you to be defending them so much? they only care for the money as long as they can keep people paying they will be happy, just pick the OS that you like and be happy with it, and yes I owned almost every high end device in the US and is all up to choice, pick what you like.
posted on May 23, 2013, 6:10 PM 2
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I can not say for sure that Samsung did not abuse their FRAND license, I don't know. But I can tell you that Apple has abused the patent system since 2007. I can just imagine the sad state the mobile industry would be in if Apple would have got there way and suppress all competition through there overblown and far reaching patents.
posted on May 23, 2013, 3:04 PM 5
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how is FRAND patents different from other patents? just that selfish apple don't play well with others by agreeing to put patent into industry standard there by hindering interoperability. FRAND patents are patent and apple had not pay for even a single ones. they are exploring on ways to avoid payment. Industrial standard such as bluetooth, MPEG 4 will be a things of the past which is exactly what apple is gunning for.
posted on May 23, 2013, 7:16 PM 0
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FOSSpatents being dumbo's again. The court ruled that *no negotiations* before an ITC ban is wrong. Apple already didn't want to accept FRAND rates from Moto.
posted on May 23, 2013, 3:41 PM 1
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We do not take sides, but I felt compelled to answer your post. Motorola's demands for its SEPs were extremely high, if you recall, so you can't really compare (gulp!) Apples to Oranges. Alan F.
posted on May 23, 2013, 3:49 PM 0
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2% of the price of the product is not that high, compare to 8% or more Microsoft and Apple is asking. And I am just wondering why still make Florian Mueler as your source. It was revealed in Oracle VS Google case that he is paid by Oracle to badmouth Google (and by what he is doing now, opensource too). There are other sources like Groklaw or Patently-O.
posted on May 23, 2013, 4:06 PM 1
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HTC could be shilling out between $6 and $8 to Apple per phone the company sells as part of the companies’ recent licensing settlement, according to Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu. The pricey licensing fee would net Apple something in the realm of $180 million and $280 million in 2013, based on expectations that HTC will sell between 30 million and 35 million smartphones next year. In a note to investors, Wu said that this $8 fee was lower than what Apple initially proposed but greater than the $5 HTC pays Microsoft for each Android phone.
posted on May 23, 2013, 5:12 PM 1
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