The battle between tech giants, Microsoft Corporation and Google Inc., over patent issues finally put on a stop.
According to a trade judge, he stated that the game console, Xbox video gaming system, did not violate or infringe the patents that Google’s Motorola Mobility unit made.
Judge David Shaw from the U.S. International Trade Commision is clearly siding with Microsoft Corp. in this case. But his conclusions are the not final yet and still subject to review by the panel-of-6-commission, which has the ability to stop the the imports of products that violates the patents in the U.S.
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Every one in the tech industry is not flourishing by just inventing and developing new gadgets, they are also looking closely in the market, their rivals, and what they are developing. If you want to succeed, then compete with the ones on the top in the market, develop your own, surpass them and get the win.
A spreading rumor and a couple of reports from big online news networks are suggesting that Google’s Motorola Mobility is going to compete with other companies and develop their own smartwatch. According to the reports, this smartwatch is going to . . . → Read More: Google Develops Their Own Smartwatch
On Monday, Motorola Mobility LLC has started announcing to its staff that it will close most of its operations in South Korea. This area has been a very difficult market to penetrate since the company is a non-Korean cellphone maker.
Now that the company is a unit of Google Inc., Motorola Mobility will close its research and development, as well as its cellphone sales in the said country. However, they announced that the company will still continue to market telecom equipment and will remain offering its customer support.
According to a technology research firm Gartner, Motorola Mobility gotten a share . . . → Read More: Motorola to close operations in South Korea
The New York Times reported that Motorola Mobility is planning to cut down its workforce by twenty percent and shut down almost a third of its offices all over the world.
According to the new Chief Executive of Motorola, Dennis Woodside, as the company is planning to go out from unprofitable markets, end the making of low-end devices and gadgets, and just focus on a small quantity of cellular phones instead of dozens, they will be cutting off their workforce. One-third of the four thousand jobs will be coming from their departments in United States.
The company also plans to . . . → Read More: Motorola Mobility to cut off its workforce and offices by 20%
Apple Inc. has encountered a loss in its patent lawsuit in opposition to Motorola. An administrative law judge (ALJ) together with the ITC or International Trade Commission released a first judgment late on Friday, stating that Motorola didn’t infringe three of Apple’s mobile phone patents. The judgement signs possible difficulties for Apple, although it still has to face the acceptance from the ITC panel.
Motorola and Apple are already involved in rounds of cases both in the ITC and with the Federal court since 2010, when Motorola first charged Apple of breaking an array of its patents covering . . . → Read More: Motorola Wins First Ruling Against Apple