Competitor Sues Google Over Location Software for Smartphones

Skyhook Wireless, which makes software that shows smartphone users where they are on their phone’s maps, filed a lawsuit Wednesday claiming Google had persuaded Motorola and another phone manufacturer to break contracts with Skyhook and use Google’s competing service.In a separate suit, also filed Wednesday, Skyhook accused Google of infringing on Skyhook’s patented methods of determining location.To read this report in The New York Times in full, see:
www.nytimes.com/2010/09/16/technology/16phone.html

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