Tech Business Review: iPhone 5’s Debut QUESTIONED, Motorola LOSES In German Court
Is the newness wearing off the iPhone? Should Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) be worried? A day after the iPhone 5 intro, the media calls the device a good upgrade, but that is all. Some observers see the effectiveness of the Apple rumor mill at fault.
Zillow (NASDAQ:Z) is bringing a patent infringement suit against Trulia, just prior to the latter’s initial public offering. The company alleges that a patent related to its Zestimates feature, which uses algorithms to figure the value of a property, is being used by Trulia Estimates.
Infosys Technologies Limited (NASDAQ:INFY) Co-Chairman S. Gopalkrishnan announces that his firm might return more cash to shareholders. The company has periodically paid special dividends, and is ready for more purchases even as it’s poised to acquire Switzerland’s Lodestone Holding.
A court in Germany rules that Motorola Mobility (NASDAQ:GOOG) is infringing Apple’s “overscroll bounce” patent, and is requiring that all infringing phones and tablets be recalled. Google has already come up with a workaround for the patent, which is the same as Samsung was ruled to be infringing in Apple’s famous California win.
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