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A U.S. jury has ruled that Apple’s iPhone infringes three patents owned by the company Mobile Media Ideas , a company that Nokia and Sony are shareholders. But still no charges have been estimated.
The verdict came after a week trial in federal court in Delaware, said Larry Horn , CEO of MobileMedia Reuters. The three patents covering aspects such as camera technology for mobile, Nokia and Sony owned since bought in 2010. These two companies have a minority stake in MobileMedia.
In court has spoken of responsibility and still no charges have been estimated or damage for which they would have to pay. This company also has pending litigation with HTC and RIM . Reuters reports that Apple has no power to declare loved about it. In court documents the Cupertino ask the judge to rule that the patents are invalid and suggest that there is “sufficient legal basis” to find who committed that offense.