Remember our earlier story not too many hours ago that saw Apple notch up yet another victory in Germany? Well, there are two sides of a story, just like the two faces on a coin. Motorola did send us an email, and here is what they have to say from their point of view.
Today’s ruling in Munich, Germany on the patent litigation brought by Apple concerns a software feature associated with performing certain functions when viewing photos in a ‘zoomed in’ mode on mobile devices. We note that the Court ruled that performing the functions in a ‘zoomed out’ mode does not infringe on this patent. We expect no impact to supply or future sales as we have already implemented a new way to view photos on our products that does not interfere with the user experience.
Well, I guess that’s that. The battle might be over this time around, but you can be sure that the war will continue.
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