The game of patent is getting hot. Many smartphone makers playing smart, one on each and turned to a street fight. After Apple filing lawsuits on Samsung . Now, Taiwanese Smartphone maker HTC Corp. filed a lawsuit against Apple Inc., on patent infringement. The filing includes accusing iPhone maker Apple infringing three of the company owned patents (U.S. Patent Nos. 7417944, 7672219 and 7765414).
The lawsuit filed against Apple in International Trade Commission and U.S. federal court in Delaware for patent infringement by Apple, which took place in product line of the Mac, Smartphone iPhone, iPad tablet and the iPod. According to HTC, the patent covers a range of functional capabilities on mobile devices including the Wi-Fi capability that allows the users to connect with multiple devices through wireless network, the processor communication technology which provides the seamless integration of functions of a mobile device and PDA in a single device which now termed to be a smartphone.
HTC General Counsel Grace Lei said, "Apple needs to stop its infringement of our patented inventions in its products." The legal move is to protect HTC intellectual property, commercial partners and consumers who use HTC Phones.
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