Demand could block the sale of BlackBerry in the U.S.
A company known handle a broad portfolio of Patents and sue companies how much he wants because of it – Wilan – has sued Research In Motion in the United States by ensuring that BlackBerry devices violate patents it owns related to the use and implementation Bluetooth.
This is the same argument used by the company in 2010 when he sued Apple, Toshiba, Motorola, Alcatel-Lucent, and nearly two dozen other companies in the technology area. In fact, today this same company has sued HTC, Sierra Wireless and Apple itself because of patent disputes alluding to LTE.
If successful this particular Legal action, Wilan could receive an unspecified amount of money – certainly not little – for damages, and RIM could be forced to stop selling virtually all its current catalog of equipment, including Bold lines , Curve, Torch, Pearl and Storm.
How long with the nonsense?
Link: Wilan sues RIM for patent Infringement Bluetooth (Reuters)Tags: Alcatel Lucent, Apple, BlackBerry, Bold, Curve, Demands, HTC, Legal, Motorola, Patents, Pearl, RIM, Storm, torch, Toshiba, Wilan