SPOTLIGHT: Ericsson suing Samsung for patent infringement

Ah, another patent infringement lawsuit has popped up in the industry. Ericsson is suing Samsung Electronics because it failed to renegotiate license agreements with Ericsson that expired at the end of last year. Ericsson claims Samsung is using GSM, GPRS and EDGE mobile-phone patents it no longer has licenses for. Samsung, of course, doesn't want to pay the royalties that Ericsson wants. Article

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