Google was sued Wednesday by Skyhook Wireless, which alleged the search colossus sought to block its wireless location technology from being installed on handsets. Skyhook also alleged that Google infringes its patents. Filed in U.S. District Court in Massachusetts, much of the litigation revolves around the two firms' relationship with Motorola, many of whose mobile handsets use Google's Android platform.
Google Sued By Skyhook Over Mobile Location Technology
Skyhook Wireless claims the search company attempted to block its wireless location technology from being installed on handsets, including those made by Motorola.
Sep 16, 2010
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