Feb 21, 2012, 03.45 PM | Source: Tech2.com
Fresh reports confirm that the dispute between Apple and Motorola Mobility over disputed patents have escalated ...
Fresh reports confirm that the dispute between Apple and Motorola Mobility over disputed patents has escalated to such a point that Motorola Mobility claims that Apple approached EU anti-trust officials to step-in to settle it for them. Quoting Motorola Mobility, the report cited, "On February 17, 2012, the company received a letter from the European Commission notifying it that the Commission has received a complaint against Motorola Mobility, Inc. by Apple, Inc. regarding the enforcement of MMI's standards-essential patents against Apple allegedly in breach of MMI's FRAND (fair and reasonable) commitments." The European Commission (EC) is a body, which essentially works towards ensuring that companies, operating within their 27-country EU work well with the FRAND (fair and reasonable) commitments they make.
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