Monday, November 12, 2012

Apple and HTC agree to avoid legal battles over the next decade

 Apple y HTC llegan a un acuerdo para evitar batallas legales en la próxima década

Competitor Apple and HTC have decided to agree to avoid patent legal battles over the next ten years. HTC Apple had in his sights and was accused of copying a number of patents for the iPhone. HTC CEO felt it would be better to reach a licensing agreement instead of starting litigation worldwide.

This confirmed the news during the weekend the CEO of both companies:

"Since we are pleased HTC have solved our dispute with Apple. So we can focus on innovation rather than go to trial, "Peter Chou (CEO of HTC).

"We are pleased to have reached an agreement with HTC. Continue with the work of innovation in our products, "Tim Cook (CEO of Apple).

While details of the agreement have not come to light, analysts suggest that HTC will have to pay Apple an estimated $ 6 for each smartphone it sells. This could translate into additional earnings Apple between 180 and 250 million dollars annually.

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Source- The Next Web

Article Apple and HTC agree to avoid legal battles over the next decade has been originally published in News iPhone .



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