Apple’s stock might have passed the $600 mark for the first time in the company’s corporate history, making them the third most valuable company to date, and we do know that their new iPad (which has already been jailbroken) is also going to boost up the company’s bottomline all the more, but that does not mean the shadow of the court has escaped Cupertino. No sir, a court in Germany has ruled in Motorola’s favor, enabling Motorola to continue an injunction that prevents Apple from using push notifications in iCloud and Mobile Me as long as the appeals process continues. Generally speaking, such a process ought to last for at least one year, offering Motorola some leverage as they continue to negotiate with Apple on patent licensing agreements privately. Hopefully more good will come out of this, and that companies will learn to be more amenable when similar situations occur down the road.
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