Video Chat feature Owned Apple sued

Written By Erwin News on 09 August 2012 | 8/09/2012

The number of lawsuits against Apple continues to grow in Asia. A Taiwan national, Li Zhengdao, filed a lawsuit against Apple in a court of Zhenjiang, China, Wednesday (08/08/2012). Zhengdao is disputed by FaceTime feature. This feature allows antarpengguna mobile devices and Apple computers to make video chatting over an Internet connection. According Zhendao, FaceTime violate any patent, a technology using voice communication to a personal digital assistant. This patent has been registered in China, on behalf of Taiwan in 2003 ago, then approved by the local regulator in 2004. Mrs. Lin Zhengdao as counsel, said his client had seen it since long patent infringement. Until finally, he ventured to file a lawsuit. "FaceTime has violated Apple's patents. We just want them to stop breaking," said Mrs. Lin. Last July, Apple has just completed a patent dispute iPad trademark has been registered by the company Proview Technology in China in 2001. In order to get a trademark for the iPad tablet, Apple is willing to pay the settlement 60 million dollars to the Proview. In Taiwan, the university also filed a lawsuit against Apple in the U.S.. According to the university, the voice command feature on the iPhone 4S Siri infringed his patent. There are other motives behind the lawsuit, which is an effort to counter Apple's often a patent lawsuit filed to the Taiwan-based electronics company.

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