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    Nokia sues Apple, says iPhone infringes ten patents! According to Nokia's press release, the patents in question have been licensed by some 40 other companies, "including virtually all the leading mobile device vendors," and Apple's refused to agree to "appropriate" license terms.

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    That's a new twist. Do you have a reference article?
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    Arrow Nokia sues Apple, says iPhone infringes ten patents

    http://www.engadget.com/2009/10/22/nokia-sues-apple-says-iphone-infringes-ten-patents/
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    Thanks guys. Heard it on NPR this morning so it's making all the news media. It sounds like a pretty big deal because several other phone manufacturers have been paying Nokia for the license to use thier patented stuff for quite a while - I'm no lawyer but that sounds like precedent to me.

    UPDATE: It finally hit the NYT - it may not be their first time to print the story but 1st time I've seen it there.
    Last edited by jblackfish; 10-23-2009 at 09:12 AM.
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