Apple Found to Violate Pager Patents

Posted by at 10:46 am on November 19, 2014

Apple was found guilty of violating four patents held by Mobile Telecommunications Technologies. The Texas-based company’s heydey was during the 90s, when it operated SkyTel 2-Way pagers.

The company sued Apple last year over five patents covering the two-way exchange of data, such as messages and calendar invites. Apple was exonerated of violating a patent pertaining to emoji. Mobile Telecommunications Technologies initially sought $237.2 million. Apple was ordered to pay $23.6 million in damages.

Apple didn’t immediately comment on the verdict.

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