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Withings products disappear from Apple stores following Nokia patent kerfuffle
– As most of us were gearing up for a relatively quiet holiday season, Apple and Nokia were getting ready to go to battle, reigniting a war that had seemingly gone cold in 2011 with a reported $720 million settlement for the use of a number of patents.Earlier this week, Apple filed suit in California, alleging that Nokia removed certain patents from the deal for the purpose of “extorting excessive royalties.” It later added in a statement to TechCrunch that the one-time here
Apple removes Withings products from stores following patent fight with Nokia
– Apple is booting all products from Nokia subsidiary Withings from its online and physical retail stores, which have been selling connected smart scales and blood pressure monitors.The move might seem straightforward, but it’s more complicated than the strategic sweep of consumer digital health tools during holiday season from Apple’s shelves.Nokia – which has become increasingly invested in digital healthcare and acquired connected health device maker Withings in April – filed a number of complaints against Apple in Germany and the United States last week, alleging that Apple products infringe on a number of Nokia patents ranging from software, display, chips and more.
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Nokia expands patent litigation against Apple in Asia, Europe and the US
– Espoo, Finland – December 22, 2016 — Nokia has filed further complaints alleging that Apple products infringe a number of Nokia patents, expanding its litigation originally announced on December 21.Across actions in 11 countries, there are now 40 patents in suit, which cover technologies such as display, user interface, software, antenna, chipsets and video coding.Cases have now been filed in:Regional Court, Dusseldorf, Germany – 8 patents *Regional Court, Mannheim, Germany – 4 patents *Regional Court, Munich, Germany – 2 patents *Market Court, Helsinki, Finland – 3 patentsHigh Court, London, UK – 3 patentsCourt of Turin, Italy – 4 patentsPatent and Market Court, Stockholm, Sweden – 3 patentsCommercial Courts, Barcelona, Spain – 1 patentDistrict Court, The Hague, Netherlands – 3 patentsHigh Court, Paris, France – 1 patentHigh Court, Hong Kong – 1 patentTokyo District Court, Japan – 2 patentsUS District Court, Eastern District of Texas – 18 patents *International Trade Commission, US – 8 patents(* actions filed and announced on December 21).
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