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Microsoft Wants to Ban Motorola Phones in US

Microsoft Wants to Ban Motorola Phones in US

Microsoft Wants to Ban Motorola Phones in US
News from Mobiledia:

By Kendra Srivastava | Tue Aug 23, 2011 12:24 pm

Microsoft accused Motorola of infringing on seven patents and requested the International Trade Commission ban its phones in the U.S., escalating the battle between Windows Phone and Android.

“Motorola is infringing our patents and we are confident that the ITC will rule in our favor,” said David Howard, Microsoft’s deputy general counsel for litigation.

“We are vigorously defending ourselves against Microsoft’s patent attack business strategy,” said Motorola in a responding statement. “We have also brought legal actions of our own in the U.S. and in Europe to address Microsoft’s large scale of infringement of Motorola Mobility’s patents.”

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Report: Motorola wireless share declines
News from Chicago Sun-Times:

A buyer tests Motorola’s Droid Bionic 4G phone at a Las Vegas show earlier this year. | AP file

Motorola Mobility’s mobile-phone and smartphone market shares each dropped 3 percentage points in the second quarter from a year earlier, while its share of Android operating-system sales halved, to 22 percent from 44 percent last year, as rivals LG and Samsung gained prominence, according to a report issued Monday by NPD Group research firm.

Motorola’s share of the mobile phone market stood at 9 percent in the quarter, while its share of the smartphone market declined to 12 percent, the report stated.

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