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Arne Hess

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As German Handeslblatt reported yesterday, IPCom, a license manager for patents, filed an injunction claiming HTC needed to pay license fees for the use of UMTS patents which are used in HTC's Windows Mobile and Android UMTS smartphones.
A German court ruled in favor of IPCcom on February 27th. It confirmed the violation of the "100 series" patents, IPCom said it bought back in 2006 from German Robert Bosch GmbH. Because HTC works also closely with Google on currently available Android smartphones (the HTC T-Mobile G1) and upcoming (Vodafone HTC Magic) IPCom has also set a separate complaint against Google last week.

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