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Apple hit with $2.8 billion patent lawsuit over iMessage and FaceTime

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Apple hit with $2.8 billion patent lawsuit over iMessage and FaceTime

Apple is being sued for $2.8 billion through VoIP-Good friend, an organization that holds patents on quite a few VoIP and similar applied sciences. VoIP-Good friend claims that Apple's iMessage and FaceTime products and services infringes on a couple of of its patents.

From the complaint:

Apple employs VPLM's cutting edge generation and merchandise, options, and designs, and has extensively dispensed infringing merchandise that experience undermined VPLM's advertising efforts. As an alternative of pursuing unbiased product construction, Apple hired VPLM's cutting edge caller characteristic classification and routing product design, in violation of VPLM's precious highbrow assets rights.

VoIP-Pal says that it is making an attempt to barter with Apple with a view to in finding an amicable solution, with discussions recently ongoing. The corporate could also be suing Verizon and AT&T, in search of a complete of $7 billion.

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