“In February, Eastman Kodak Company filed a patent infringement complaint with the US International Trade Commission against Apple Inc. over digital camera technology used in the iPhone,” Jack Purcher reports for Patently Apple.
“It was revealed today in court documents that Apple Inc filed a counter suit against Eastman Kodak on April 15, 2010,” Purcher reports. “The intellectual property patent suit was filed in the California Northern District Court”
Purcher reports, “Apple claims that Kodak has infringed on two of their granted patents [Apple Granted Patent 6,031,964: System and method for using a unified memory architecture to implement a digital camera device and Apple Granted Patent RE38,911: Modular digital image processing via an image processing chain with modifiable parameter controls] and lists the products under violation. Apple is seeking a trial by jury.”
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