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Posted: Mar 14 2012, 03:47 AM
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Apple and Motorola have discussed a cross-licensing deal to settle smartphone patent infringement lawsuits, a move that could benefit companies using Google's Android software.
The two companies also discussed the "scope of any potential settlement" following the buy-out of Motorola by Google during the negotiations in 2011, a document on the EU website says.
The document provides details of the EU regulator's review of Google's decision to buy Motorola. free iphone games
Spokesmen for Apple and Motorola could not be reached for comment.
Apple and Motorola - the latter of which Google is buying for $12.5-billion - are engaged in global patent litigation, part of a broader legal fight over the smartphone market.
Each company has sued the other in the US and Germany, and elsewhere. Apple scored a legal win last month when a German court said Motorola could no longer ask it to halt sales of Apple's iPhone and iPad devices.
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