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AT&T sued for USD 1.35 bln in alleged infringement of number syncing patent

Wednesday 27 January 2021 | 10:40 CET | News
AT&T is facing a claim for USD 1.35 billion from a Seattle company that accused the telecom operator of stealing its patented "twinning" technology, which lets smart devices such as watches and tablets respond to calls placed to a single phone number. The company Network Apps filed the patent infringement suit in US federal court in New York City. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: AT&T
Countries: United States
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