Fujifilm sues Motorola for patent infringement
Back issues of patents: This time Motorola Fujifilm Demand for technology that has to do with the imaging system and face recognition, the latter would have incorporated in their terminals, and would be owned by the Japanese.
Specifically, this means 4 patents: one that includes the conversion of color images to monochrome, and a second has to do with communication between devices to send images or other data, a third on the processing of high resolution images low-resolution screens and the fourth on face detection in digital photography.
Fujifilm claims that Motorola had infringed the Patents on their handsets Motorola DEFY, CLIQ 2, X2 Droid, Droid and Droid X 2, as outlined in CNET. The lawsuit comes after the two companies have not reached an agreement on the use of such licenses.
Matter of waiting for the verdict of the authorities in California, where the Japanese filed the lawsuit … the moment Fujifilm has not requested a halt to sales of terminals in dispute, so it can be presumed to reach a financial settlement.Android, Demand, Fujifilm, Motorola, Patents