Friday, August 31, 2012

The CEO of Apple and Google dialogue to avoid a legal battle

 Los CEO de Apple y Google dialogan para evitar una batalla legal

Although Google initially subtracted importance to Apple's victory against Samsung in court facing both companies, it seems that from the top management of the search were not so quiet. We recall that Steve Jobs felt that Android was a blatant copy of iOS and that "until your last dollar invest" in destroying the Google operating system.

As reported by the news agency Reuters , Tim Cook and Google CEO Larry Page, are negotiating to avoid a new war of patents. Both managers have held telephone conversations and in the coming weeks and hope to meet in person to discuss the matter face to face. The thing does not look easy for Apple, since, following the acquisition of Motorola by Google, the company has an extensive portfolio of patents to defend against the allegations of the Apple.

Will Google and Apple agree?

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