Judge rules for Kodak in Apple lawsuit
An ITC judge has ruled that Apple's allegations of patent infringement against Kodak are unfounded. You'll remember that Apple claims Kodak is using two of its technologies illegally in several products, including the Z-series, M-series and C-series cameras. One of the technologies in question allows a camera to process two images simultaneously, while the other lets users adjust an image's color, balance and resolution at the same time.
ITC Judge Robert Rogers did not agree with Apple's complaints, but his ruling is still subject to full ITC review. Also, the ITC is yet to rule on a separate filing raised against both Apple and RIM by Kodak.
An ITC judge has ruled that Apple's allegations of patent infringement against Kodak are unfounded. You'll remember that Apple claims...
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