Apple Sued Again In China But This Time Over Alleged FaceTime Patent Infringement

Posted on Aug 7 2012 - 7:40am by Editorial Staff

Apple and its love for China seems never going to end, it’s merely a month ago the Cupertino-based giant ended up its long battle over iPad trademark by paying $60 million for it. According to MIC Gadget, a Taiwanese man claiming that Apple’s video calling service FaceTime infringes on a patent that he holds for “voice network personal digital assistant” technology. The company is also facing legal claims in context with Snow Leopard and two Siri cases in the country. Local media [Chinese] report that the court has contacted Apple over the suit, but is yet to receive a response. The trial is expected to start this month.

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