The EC's decision to launch a formal investigation into Samsung's practices now is somewhat surprising. In November, the organization told CNET that it was conducting a preliminary investigation into Samsung's patent policies. In most cases, those preliminary investigations can take years to complete. However, this investigation took just months, meaning the EC quickly had all it needed to start diving into the matter. "The launch of a full-blown investigation after a few months of preliminary investigations is an important step," FOSS Patents' Florian Mueller, someone who has been following the lawsuits between Apple and Samsung quite closely, wrote today in a blog post about the investigation. "This means European competition enforcers have received information, in response to questionnaires (sent to Apple, which may have informally complained, and Samsung) that warrant a more formal effort.".
Throughout 2011, Samsung sued Apple over more than a dozen wireless-related patents, and so far, not a single court across the Euro zone has agreed with Samsung's charges, Apple, meanwhile, has been able to win a few patent cases of its own, including one in Germany that forced Samsung to take the Galaxy Tab 10.1 off store shelves, cloak case for apple iphone xs - red But the EC isn't necessarily concerned about lawsuits, Instead, the organization wants to see if Samsung is intentionally not licensing, or unfairly trying to license, its patents to competitors--namely, Apple--to stifle competition across the EU, If the EC finds Samsung in violation of that, it could quickly squash the lawsuits being argued in courts across the continent..
The EC was quick to say that it will not "prejudge the outcome" of its Samsung investigation, but will "examine the case as a matter of priority," meaning its ruling could come sooner rather than later. Samsung has not immediately responded to CNET's request for comment. The organization says that it will investigate whether Samsung licensed "essential patents" in fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory terms. The patent battle between Apple and Samsung has just taken a very interesting turn. The European Commission today announced that it has launched a formal investigation into whether Samsung has used wireless patents as an anticompetitive tool, in violation of its commitment to the European Telecommunications Standards Institute.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, The Tabs won the bid from among cloak case for apple iphone xs - red 16 ideas considered as possibilities for revolutionising the London Eye experience and in the video above, Amie Parker-Williams clambers aboard the ferris wheel to take the new technology for a spin, The slates give passengers touchscreen access to information about what they're looking at and are pegged firmly to the handrails which ring each pod, so no sticky-fingered tea-leaves will be able to make off with them..
Specially curated content includes detailed annotations of various important buildings, 24-hour time-lapse photography of the skyline and the option to view London as it would look during the day or night. A whole rotation of the Eye takes a whopping 30 minutes so even though each globular pod of the Eye only has six slates, there should be plenty of time to elbow your way in the direction of a Tab and have a quick swipe around. On a clear day you can see 40 miles from the top of the Eye to Windsor Castle -- it's unclear if the building descriptions extend that far, but we'd hazard a guess the information will be limited to this side of the M25.
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