“A company that seemingly does nothing but license patents or, if necessary, sue other companies to get royalties, has taken aim at Apple,” Don Reisinger reports for Fortune. “But here’s the kicker: the lawsuit alleges that Apple’s last several iPhones and iPads violate a slew of patents related to seemingly standard features, including the ability to place calls as well as sending and receiving emails.”
“A total of six patent infringement claims were brought against Apple by Corydoras Technologies on May 20, according to Apple-tracking site Patently Apple, which obtained a copy of the lawsuit,” Reisinger reports. “The case was brought against Apple in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. ”
Reisinger reports, “The counts against Apple cover every iPhone dating back to the iPhone 4 and every iPad dating back to the iPad 2.”
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