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Federal Judge Dismisses Apple’s Lawsuit Against Google

Apple and Motorola Mobility have been locked in a legal battle which is starting to heat up now. As Google acquired Motorola Mobility so it is now become Apple Vs Google lawsuit. Although Apple offered to pay $1 per iPhone to Motorola for using its patents, Motorola is demanding 2.25 percent of the overall profits. Apple filed a lawsuit against…
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Google Finally Seals The Motorola Deal Raking In $12.5 Billion

Google has long been pursuing its ambition to acquire Motorola Mobility. Both companies agreed to the acquisition, raking in a whopping $12.5 billion. However, they needed clearance from regulatory authorities in Europe, America as well as China to go ahead with the deal. While American and European authorities had already cleared the deal, Google…
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Google May Sell Motorola’s Handset Business To Huawei

A lot of analysts had speculated that the true motive of Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility was solely to acquire all those precious patents that Motorola owned. Google needed them to make its Android platform full-proof from lawsuits and infringement claims. Now, rumor has it that Google is planning to sell the entire handset business of…
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Apple Loses Against Motorola Over An Injunction In German Court

Apple is making a lot of headlines these days, mainly because the new tablet from the company, the new iPad is out and has truly mesmerized the world. Given the immense demand for the new iPad, analysts are saying that Apple may be able to complete shipping 1 million new iPad tablets within the first 24 hours! That is not to say Apple's legal…
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Motorola Wins Yet Another Legal Patent War With Apple

U.S International Trade Commission dismissed Apple’s accusations against Motorola Mobility that the smaller cell phone maker infringed three of Apple’s patents. Judge Theodore Essex was the one deciding that Motorola, that is going to be owned by Apple’s main rival Google, hasn’t violated Apple’s intellectual property.
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