Apple settles iPod lawsuit with Burst.com for $10 million | Law Offices of David L. Leon, PC | Law Offices of David L. Leon, PC Apple settles iPod lawsuit with Burst.com for million | Law Offices of David L. Leon, PC
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Apple settles iPod lawsuit with Burst.com for $10 million

Burst agreed not to sue Apple over current or pending DVR patents, Burst.com said. Burst.com alleged Apple infringed on its patents for transmission of compressed audio and video files in iTunes, iLife, QuickTime, and the ubiquitous iPod.

For more information: http://www.infoworld.com/article/07/11/21/Apple-settles-iPod-lawsuit-for-10-million_1.html 

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