Apple Loses Patent Case to Licensing Firm

Published on December 13, 2012
by Brent Kendall and Ashby Jones

A federal jury in Delaware found Thursday that Apple Inc. infringed three patents belonging to a company partly owned by Nokia Corp. and Sony Corp. of America, in a case that shows how quickly the dynamics of patent licensing and litigation are changing.

The jury found that Apple’s iPhone infringed three patents related to mobile-device technologies owned by MobileMedia Ideas LLC. Two of those patents came to MMI from Nokia and the third from Sony.

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