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Lawsuits in the Mobile Business

It's getting harder and harder to keep track of who's suing whom in the mobile phone business, so thankfully George Kokkinidis of Design Language News crafted this handy dandy chart summarizing the suers and the suees (I just made that up - it's plaintiffs sand defendants for all you lawyers).

As the saying goes, if you can't innovate, litigate! Link

Previously on Neatorama: The Fingerprints Left by iPad Apps by George Kokkinidis

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"if you can't innovate, litigate!"

Ridiculously flippant. There are genuine patent concerns going on there. I don't know if you've noticed but Apple seems to have taken your statement a little more proactively; If you can't innovate, steal.

They have great products, but it's because they've stood on the shoulders of giants. Kodak just won part of a very justified landmark suit against them for patent infringement. Who innovated? Apple? NO.

I'm no defender of big business, but at that level of corporate play the lawsuits are a little more complicated than "oh, you're suing because you're jealous."
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