Facebook sues BlackBerry for patent infringement

Wednesday 5 September 2018 | 08:30 CET | News
Facebook has filed a patent infringement against BlackBerry, in San Francisco federal court, Bloomberg reports. Facebook accused BlackBerry of stealing its voice messaging technology and is seeking unspecified damages for infringement of six patents. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: BlackBerry / Facebook / Instagram / WhatsApp
Countries: World
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