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Jury finds no Apple infringement on Alcatel-Lucent patents

In the latest of many patent trials, a jury has ruled that Apple didn’t infringe on three video-compression technology patents of Multimedia Patent Trust, an Alcatel-Lucent subsidiary, Bloomberg reports. Alcatel-Lucent sought $172.3 million in royalty damages from Apple, and $9.1 million from LG Electronics. The trial started recently, in late November. This is better patent trial news for Apple then Thursday’s other ruling, which found the iPhone infringes on three patents from MobileMedia Ideas.

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