Samsung (SSNLF.PK) scores a victory in its never-ending patent feud with Apple (AAPL), as a...


Samsung (SSNLF.PK) scores a victory in its never-ending patent feud with Apple (AAPL), as a Dutch court declares the iPhone and iPad to be infringing a Euro patent related to mobile data encoding. However, the patent is considered to be standards-essential, which means Samsung must license it under FRAND terms. The EU is investigating the unwillingness of certain mobile IP owners to adhere to FRAND principles. (Apple-Motorola)

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  • rubicon59
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    Actually, this "victory" is forcing Samsung to accept FRAND terms for the patent that Apple offered earlier, but Samsung refused.

     

    So a victory for Apple, contrary to the reported headlines.
    20 Jun 2012, 04:02 PM Reply Like
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