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NXP sues RIM for patent infringement

4/3/2012 05:25 PM EDT
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re: NXP sues RIM for patent infringement
eewiz   4/5/2012 2:29:28 AM
RIM and NXP play in different market segments. NXP patents might be mostly dealing with the circuit design ["manner in which the chips incorporated into RIMís phones are manufactured"] side and they should be suing other chip companies and not RIM IMO. Even companies and universities started acting like trolls, Then why do blame patent trolls?

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