Apple may provide more details about your mysterious and much-awaited smartwatch clock within few days. However, Ericsson wants to take the creator of iPhone the Court for infringement of patent rights, accusing her of using technology essential to the development of fourth-generation networks. The friction between Ericsson and Apple does not
Apple may provide more details about your mysterious and much-awaited smartwatch clock within few days. However, Ericsson wants to take the creator of iPhone the Court for infringement of patent rights, accusing her of using technology essential to the development of fourth-generation networks.
The friction between Ericsson and Apple will certainly be no surprise to anyone. The two have constantly put forward technology on intellectual property violations, and now the focus of the content focuses on technology that Ericsson claims to be crucial for 4 g/LTE networks.
Already in January, the Swedish company and the American company had fought in court over alleged patent violations. On the one hand, the Ericsson accused Apple of being unduly your technology to use, since it had already expired the license that allowed him to do so within the legal margin. On the other hand, Apple said that Ericsson was charging exorbitant prices for the use of your technology.
The “Patent Wars” are already commonplace in the technological sphere, but in an industry as fierce and competitive as this is, it is only natural to protect the territory that belongs to us is almost like fighting for survival.
The complaint of Ericsson is subject to International Trade Commission of the United States a day after it was revealed that details about the highly anticipated Apple Watch can be presented on 9 March, a “special event” that the manufacturer of smartphones (and, soon, also of LED smart watches) will organize in San Francisco, California.
Cited by Bloomberg, sources close to the matter said that the event will focus on Apple’s smart clock.
The basic version of the clock, says the Agency, should cost about $349, although some specifications, such as autonomy, have not yet been disclosed.
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