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Re: Nokia: We're Not Saying Nexus 7 Infringes ... We're Just Sayin'
Posted by: Rachelle Dragani 2012-07-08 14:31:52
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Google may have to buffer its patent portfolio or start paying licensing fees to Nokia now that the search engine giant is becoming a bigger player in the tablet market. Google launched the Nexus 7, its first Nexus-branded tablet device, last week. The 7-inch slate will run the latest version of the company's Android operating system and will sell for $200. However, it's possible the new tablet has infringed some of Nokia's patents. But the phonemaker has not divulged details about what those patents might be or made any indication it plans to sue.


Re: Nokia: We're Not Saying Nexus 7 Infringes ... We're Just Sayin'
Posted by: jescott418 2012-07-08 14:34:11 In reply to: Rachelle Dragani
Can Nokia afford to take on Google in a patent lawsuit? So far none of these lawsuit hold up in every court. Which tells me its a very grey area to argue. With sometimes very little rewards. I think its more about slowing down a product then actually killing one off.
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