“In March 2016, a German court ruled against Apple in a video streaming patent case brought by Kudelski’s OpenTV unit in May 2014,” Mann reports. “Several Apple products and services had been alleged to be infringing the video streaming patents — including its iOS mobile devices, Apple TV, App Store, and OS X-based personal computers.”
“Under the agreement announced in a brief statement from Kudelski, the parties agreed to dismiss all pending patent litigation,” Mann reports. “Financial terms were not disclosed.”
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