HTC makes Droid Incredible and other Google's Android phone, registering claims to the United States International Trade Commission in order to block sales of the device of iPhone, iPod and iPad.
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Meanwhile, Apple's to register lawsuits on the HTC in March, saying that HTC phone violates 20 patents of Apple iPhone.
Not a single complaint to stop selling the products can be done in quick time. Patent disputes are common among technology companies and takes many years to complete.
The Cases often lead to a license agreement rather than the import ban, as expected in the HTC complaint.
The success of the first iPhone that was launched in 2007 encouraged the others to compete to launce smartphones mobile with touch screen.
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In the 2009, the iPhone as much as 14% over sales of smartphones worldwide, according to research group Gartner Inc. Apple closed the distance with BlackBerry made Research In Motion which controls 20% of sales. However, Android phones with 4% of sales is growing very fast when compared to Apple last year.
In these demands, HTC says Apple violated five patents.
First, the technology that extends battery life and let the phone system operates independently from the other gadgets. The phone will look like 'sleep' mode while the other program is active.
Second, the storage of information transferred between different types of memory depends on how big the battery remaining.
Third, how to store phone numbers, and then view and called him.
Apple, based in Cupertino California does not have any comments about HTC's complaint, but reversed with legal action has ever done. Android phones like the iPhone supports multitouch screen.
Fourth, the ability to pinch the screen so the display can zoom more easily.
While the fifth patent, refers to technology that helps the device to react to information obtained by the sensor from its surroundings.
HTC signed a patent licensing agreement with Microsoft Corp. in April to avoid another dispute between major players in this industry's.