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Apple Starts Selling The New iPad in China on July 20

Written on July 10, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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Apple to sell the New iPad in China, after settling dispute with Proview.

Apple has officially announced that the New iPad will be available in China on July 20.

The tech giant has finally settled its trademark dispute with Chinese company, Proview, to the tune of $60 Million. Proview claimed that they own the legal right to the iPad name and battled Apple in the Chinese court system.

Since everyting is all well between the two companies, the New iPad will finally land in China.

The New iPad’s WiFi and cellular versions with storage capacities of 16 GB, 32 GB or 64 GB, will be for sale in the Asian country, next week.

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The Patent Battle between Apple and Nokia is now Over

Written on June 14, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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The patent battle between two companies - Apple and Nokia, just ended not through a brutal fight, but with a Press Release that introduced a license agreement.

Few days ago, a Press Release was delivered in public, which successfully ended the patent battle between the two big mobile companies – Apple and Nokia. The said Press Release cited a license agreement and payments from Apple to Espoo. Though the highlights of the press release were too confidential, Nokia spilled out that Apple will make a one-time payment to be followed by an ongoing royalties. While on the other hand, the Nokia company had some troubles selling their morbid handsets. But then at least, their portfolios can be used to fill the cases during the Windows phone transitions.

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Motorola Fires a Shot to Microsoft: The Battle Continues

Written on November 11, 2010 by Charles Bass

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The battle of the titans continues as Motorola answers Microsoft's accusations with a steamy statement. Let's see where this infringement case leads.

It seems to us that Motorola is about two fight a legal battle with two titans. Apple and Microsoft. Microsoft dropped the first bomb last month with a nine-patent ITC complaint against Motorola. The second shot fired last week containing an alleged accusation that the latter was charging unfair licensing fees for 802.11 WiFi and H.264 video.

Now it’s Motorolla’s turn to answer the complaints. The cellular corporation claims that Redmond’s infringing a total of sixteen patents all from Microsoft Exchange to Bing Maps to the Windows operating system itself. Not only that, there are aforementioned video codecs and wireless tech as well. It seems that Motorolla is willing to fight the anomaly with their press statement saying:

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