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“Patent litigation takes time. Most of the patents that large companies have asserted against Android haven’t even come to judgment yet, and new assertions continue to be made,” Florian Mueller reports for FOSS Patents. “But the time has passed for any reasonable, unbiased person to deny that Android has a serious patent infringement problem that continues to exacerbate. Whether or not one subscribes to Steve Jobs’s description of Android as a “stolen product”, the plot is definitely thickening that Google and its hardware partners face IP issues.”
Mueller reports, “Here’s a list of the related findings by courts and the ITC (a trade agency with quasijudicial authority) according to which Android devices infringe no less than 11 different Apple and Microsoft patents that the same courts deemed valid, in chronological order of the decisions and excluding any rulings that were overturned on review or appeal”
Read more in the full article here.