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Bluebonnet sues Apple for patent infringement

Sunday 23 June 2013 | 09:58 CET | News
Bluebonnet Telecommunications has filed a complaint for patent infringement against Apple. In separate suits, Bluebonnet has also targeted HTC America, Samsung Electronics America, Sony Ericsson, RIM, Sharp, Nokia, Pantech, LG, Motorola Mobility, HP, Dell, and Google, the Apple Patent Blog reports.

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