The following is excerpted from an article by Rachel King published on May 13, 2011 at ZDNet:
Kodak has won another battle in its ongoing legal wars with Apple over digital camera patent infringements.
International Trade Commission Judge Robert Rogers declared on Thursday that Kodak’s digital camera technology does not infringe upon Apple’s patents. According to Bloomberg, that ruling asserted that ”neither of the two patents in Apple’s case before the ITC were being infringed, and one of the patents is invalid.” Apple reportedly claimed that those technologies were being used illegally in Kodak’s Z-series, M-series, C-series, and Slice cameras.
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