The Secretly app 6cret for Windows Phone will be killed today, as tweeted by its dev Rudy Huyn. This is because of the copyright infringement complaint raised by Secretly team against the app. tonight is the night of #6cret death, you can thank Jared for that (@thedrivein). WP users have no
[embedit snippet="fluids"] FOSS patents report that Nokia has some licensing issues to sort out with Google and its fully owned subsidiary Motorola. Nokia in a filing with ITC has attached following part from a December 3, 2013 email from Nokia's counsel to Google's. The above image reads, "If Google wishes to proceed with its
[embedit snippet="madsb"] We wouldn't blame you for not able to recall this, but some time back a company called "InterDigital" sued Nokia and other companies for infringement of 7 of its patents. Now, we know Nokia's strong position in case of patents ownership, so this was a bit of surprise then!!
According to a latest report from FOSS patents, Nokia may be pretty close to getting its first Android patent license deal. Nokia had sued Viewsonic in a German regional court for patent infringement claims. Now, counsel for ViewSonic confirmed to the German court today that a deal is being worked out. The judge presiding
Nokia certainly means business here :). Nokia has indicated that Google's last week announced tablet Nexus 7, is not licensed for certain standard Nokia patents. The Asus built Nexus 7 is Google's first own-brand tablet and boasts Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, a quad-core processor and a mere £159 SIM free price