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Kodak sues Apple over Patent Right
Kodak, last Thursday, said it has filed a lawsuit against Apple and Research In Motion (RIM) over patent rights infringement of their digital imaging patents. It boils down to that Apple's iphone and RIM's BlackBerry infringes on Kodak's technology for previewing images, the company is claiming. Kodak is not only filing a lawsuit against these two companies in a U.S. district court, but it has also submitted a complaint to the U.S. International Trade Commission about the patent right infringement.
According to a press release Thursday, companies such as Motorola, Nokia, LG, Sony Ericsson, and Samsung are presently using the patents and they are all paying royalties for them except Apple and RIM. If Apple and RIM are found guilty, then the two intellectual patent rights they have infringed upon are the technologies that make processing of images of different resolutions possible and a technology that allows one application to ask another program for help in completing a computing task.
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