A Delaware federal jury Thursday found that Apple Inc. did not infringe two patents related to LTE wireless broadband communication technology, ending Evolved Wireless LLC’s bid to recover up to $30 million in royalties from the Cupertino, California, tech giant.
Thursday’s verdict followed seven days of trial in the case, targeting Apple’s iPhone and iPad products, and dealt a blow to Evolved, which had filed similar suits against other cellphone companies over the same patents.
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