Cellphone pioneer Motorola Mobility, a U.S. company now owned by Google, has stumbled through the transition as well, while Apple Inc. has become the world’s third-largest maker of cellphones, less than six years after launching the first iPhone. Samsung and Apple are the top makers of smartphones. LG Electronics Inc. of South Korea; HTC Corp. of Taiwan; and ZTE Corp. and Huawei Technologies Ltd. of China jostle for the No. 3 position.
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Infographic from Wilson Electronics takes you from Dr. Martin Cooper’s laughable handset up to today’s darling of the moment, the Apple iPhone 4S.
Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5 will support access to both CDMA and GSM networks, allowing it to operate in most countries around the world.
Spokesman Rich Young said the company, based in New York City, has discovered more than 90 acts of sabotage since the strike began last weekend.
Apple’s winning of a key touch-screen patent this morning could give the company some of its biggest ammo yet when it comes to both fending off and going after technology rivals in the courtroom.
Apple is no stranger to legal battles, but the company is a relative newcomer to the mobile-phone business, and has extended its reach into that space with mobile devices like the iPad. Apple’s success has made it an increasingly larger target, and a player that needs to defend its turf. Patents make up a huge part of that.
Now’s as good a time as any to take a quick look at some of Apple’s mobile-related patent squabbles over the past several years with companies large and small.