Apple Loses Video Over IP Patent Scuffle in Germany


A German court on Wednesday determined that Apple had infringed a patent owned by the Kudelski Group’s OpenTV division. Apple products sold in Germany can’t use streaming technology that infringes OpenTV’s patents, the court reportedly ruled. The suit was brought in 2014 in Düsseldorf District Court over three patents held by OpenTV and its sister company, Nagra. The plaintiffs alleged that Apple products and services — including iOS devices, Apple TV and the App Store — had infringed their video streaming patents.

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Apple dodges $100M lawsuit over alleged infringement of wireless tech patents

A U.S. federal court jury on Monday found Apple not to have infringed on wireless technology patents asserted by Canadian licensing firm Conversant Technologies, which sought damages totaling $100 million for the alleged misuse.



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