Motorola customers in Germany may have noticed their choice of Android-powered enterprise-ready smartphones and tablets are somewhat lacking in numbers.
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Apple won another patent victory against Google in Germany. Now the technology giant has options: have all Motorola's Android devices banned, destroy infringing devices, or have them recalled.
German's must be getting pretty annoyed with the constant barrage of technology injunctions. This time around -- and it's hard to keep up -- it's Motorola's Android devices that are subject to a sales ban.
Microsoft has rejected an offer from Motorola to settle the patent battle between the two companies.The sprawling conflict has seen Motorola win an as-yet unenforced ban in Germany on Windows 7 and the Xbox 360, and Microsoft win a US import ban on some Motorola Android handsets.
LG has begun selling its Optimus 4X HD Android smartphone in Germany, the first country where the device is available.LG's Optimus 4X HD has gone on sale, but not yet in the UK.
Apple has won another patent-related injunction against Motorola in Germany, this time over a photo-gallery function in Motorola's Android phones.However, Motorola says it has already worked round the function in question, so it is unaffected by the Munich regional court ruling on Thursday.
Apple has won a major patent case against Motorola in Germany that could theoretically take the latter company's Android smartphones off the shelves there, but Motorola claims it has worked around the patent in question and can therefore keep its handsets on sale.Apple was granted a permanent injunction by a Munich regional court on Thursday.
After its world-wide anti-Android patent lawsuit witch-hunt, could Apple having much of its iPhone line and iPads being banned for sale in Germany due to a patent violation happen to a nicer company?
A Duesseldorf court has upheld a temporary injunction barring Samsung from selling its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in Germany.
O2 Germany has confirmed it will carry Samsung's i7500, which is likely to be the first non-HTC Android phone to be released in Europe
Vodafone and HTC today announced the HTC Magic smartphone, Vodafone's first Google Android-powered mobile device.The Magic is exclusive to Vodafone in the UK, Spain, Germany and France and available on a non-exclusive basis in Italy.
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