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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Apple gets sued

Two days ago a small company named mirror worlds tried to sure apple for US$625.5 million saying that apple infringed on some of their patents, related to the macs, iPhones, iPads, and iPods.
The jury decided that apple did infringe on 3 of mirror worlds patents. The technologies at issue include Cover Flow, which lets users flip through album covers and other content as if through a stack of cards; Time Machine, which performs automatic backups; and Spotlight, which is software for searching computer hard drives.
Apple was required to pay US$208.5 million for each patent violation.