Apple Countersues Nokia Over Mobile Patents

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Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) is countersuing Nokia (NYSE: NOK), charging the Finnish cell phone maker with infringing on 13 iPhone-related patents. About two months ago, Nokia sued Apple, accusing it of illegally using 10 Nokia-patented technology standards in the iPhone since its 2007 launch, including wireless data, speech coding, security and encryption. In a statement, Bruce Sewell, Apple

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“The patents Apple alleges Nokia is infringing deal with, among other things: connecting a phone to a computer, teleconferencing, menus on a touch screen, power conservation in chips, and “pattern and color abstraction in a graphical user interface.” The company also denies Nokia’s claims of patent infringement.”

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