Nokia sues RIM for infringing three patents in Munich
Yes in a change of events, Nokia has sued the already-in-much-troubles BlackBerry maker, Research In Motion (RIM) in Munich, Germany for infringing on the patents held by the Finnish giant.
It is also to be noted that two months back also, Nokia had filed patent lawsuits against RIM, HTC and Viewsonic and now adding to that list are three more patents which Nokia says RIM had infringed.
- EP1474750 on a “method and system for storing and transferring multimedia tags”. Nokia is also asserting this one against HTC in Mannheim.
- EP08040461 on a “method and apparatus for updating the software of a mobile terminal using the air interface”
- EP1148681 on a “method for transferring resource information”