In an industry where patent lawsuits are becoming more frequent, Fujifilm Japan has sued Motorola Mobility for alleged patent infringements – four to be exact, related to digital camera and photography technology (i.e. facial detection, converting colored images into monochrome, etc). Fujifilm claims that they reached out to Motorola Mobility back in 2011 and attempted to reach licensing deals, but these apparently fell through and Motorola Mobility continued with the alleged infringement which prompted this lawsuit. Among the devices that supposedly infringed upon these patents include the Droid X, RAZR, RAZR MAXX, Droid Bionic and the Xoom tablet among others. No word on how much Fujifilm is seeking in terms of damages. If you speak the language of “legalese”, you might be interested in checking out the lawsuit in its entirety here. No word from Motorola on how they are planning to respond to these claims.
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