Germany Archives - Page 12 of 14 - Mobile World Live

Germany

Motorola files new patent suit against Apple

Motorola Mobility has accused Apple of infringing six of its technology patents in a new lawsuit filed in a Florida federal court

Apple files new Samsung design suits in Germany

Apple is trying to ban the sale of 10 Samsung smartphones and five tablet computers in Germany after filing a lawsuit with the Dusseldorf Regional Court regarding the design of the devices

Telefonica, DT in German network co-op deal

Telefonica’s German operation will use parts of Deutsche Telekom’s network infrastructure in the near future, …

Samsung files new patent complaints against Apple in Germany

Samsung has submitted four new claims against Apple for alleged patent infringement in Germany, according to reports

Apple loses German Moto patent suit

A German court has ruled against Apple in a lawsuit brought by Motorola Mobility alleging that the iPad and iPhone infringe a Motorola-held patent related to data packet transfer technology

Apple: Motorola Mobility lawsuit could cost US2.7B

The patent lawsuit Motorola Mobility has filed against Apple in Germany could cost the latter US$2.7 billion

Apple loses initial German Moto patent ruling

Apple has lost a German court ruling related to a patent infringement case brought by Motorola Mobility but lawyers predict the company will be able to secure a temporary suspension of the ruling

BlueVia launches in Germany

Telefonica opened its BlueVia developer platform in Germany, stating that “software companies in Germany can register as a developer for BlueVia and O2 customers can download the first BlueVia apps on their smartphones.”

Report: Telefonica exec sees German consolidation

Rene Schuster, CEO of Telefonica Germany, anticipates consolidation in the Germany market, with a merger of a small player with a bigger rival likely in “three to five years,” Bloomberg reports.

Boku Teams with O2 Germany for Direct Mobile Carrier Billing

Boku, a San Francisco mobile payments company that allows consumers to make payments that appear as charges on their mobile phone bills, has begun a partnership with Telefonica …Read more: http://www.americanbanker.com/issues/176_59/boku-telefonicaO2-1035049-1.html