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+ - What If Android Lost the Patent War?

Submitted by adeelarshad82
adeelarshad82 (1482093) writes "The patent system is certainly complex especially when it comes to smartphones. The Financial Times estimates that as many as 250,000 patents are at stake in a smartphone. And as expected veterans like Microsoft, Nokia, and Apple, each have tens of thousands of patents each however Google's portfolio is reportedly on the low end—"under 1,000." Taking advantage of the opportunity, Apple has its patent strategy aimed squarely at the number one rival to its iOS mobile operating system, Android, which is now embedded in 40 percent of all U.S. smartphones compared to Apple's 26.6 percent. Apple's lawyers have been aggressively suing Android manufacturers HTC and Samsung for various technologies, from the "look and feel" to how it connects to broadband networks. A recently published article takes a deep dive into lawsuits' possible outcomes and their impact on end users."
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What If Android Lost the Patent War?

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