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Friday, March 19, 2010

HTC: Can not agree with Apple's infringement complaint


According to Taiwan media, Taiwan's handset makers HTC Apple has been sued in patent infringement Two weeks later, an official said in a statement on the 17th could not agree with Apple's infringement complaint would be best to safeguard their rights against Apple's lawsuit.

HTC CEO Peter Chou, general manager said: "We are mentioned in Apple's infringement complaint completely unable to agree, and will spare no effort to safeguard their own interests." He said, HTC began as early as in 1999 to design the first paragraph Touch smartphone Asus u6 battery. HTC also noted in a press release, the company in 2002 on the launch of the world's first 3.5-inch color touch screen smart phone O2 XDA.

A number of major U.S. news media quoted HTC headquarters in Washington Beili Fu, vice president of Mackenzie (Jason Mackenzie), said: "HTC strongly do not agree with Apple's actions, we plan to use all available legal resources to to safeguard their own interests and to give the public the right impression. "HTC's U.S. headquarters did not specify what legal strategies will be taken, only emphasized the HTC launch of Apple iPhone (mobile Internet) before the production of mobile phones, on the use of Apple's claim patented technology DELL Mini 12 battery.

McKenzie did not say HTC prepared to counter-suit against Apple, or HTC is expected to be obtained from partners Google much help. Apple has been charged with infringement of HTC phones with Google Android operating system, there is speculation that Google might be Apple's legal action against the real target. A number of indications that HTC and Google are coordinating their response to Apple M6138 battery's complaint.

Apple on the 2nd to the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) to mention sue to ban U.S. imports HTC 11, paragraph 20 patents against Apple's mobile phone Dell Studio 14 battery. Apple also in Wilmington, Delaware federal court to the patent to tell, claiming another 10 patent infringement HTC.

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