Apple’s Triumph Over ITC
And the victory belongs to Apple in its exclusive rights, clash in opposition to its adversary, the U.S. International Trade Commission proclaimed. According to news.com the International Trade Commission has ruled that HTC has desecrated two of the copyrights that Apple’s ownership.
The two patents deals with a “system and method for performing an action on a structure in a computer” and a “real-time signal processing system for serially transmitted data.”
Apple sleeved a grievance against HTC more than 10 patents back, somewhere in March 2010. HTC doesn’t look in mood to sit back; it will be appealing against the ITC’s decision and Apple decided to stick to the preceding statement from its CEO, Steve Jobs in the case, where he stated, “We think competition is healthy, but competitors should create their own original technology, not steal ours.”
The ITC’s decision would indisputably make the HTC stoop and go for some settlement deal with the Apple if its appeal is let-down.
It would even affect the Android operating system adversely. The article affirms that the patents that are under dispute “make up the core of Android’s operating system, and could have repercussions on all Android handset manufacturers.”
At the start of this week Apple filed some more patent arguments against HTC, averring that the company have recently violated five more exclusive rights. So let’s sit back and watch how this turns out.