News by Luke Jones on Wednesday December 31, 2014.
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Dutch based telecommunications company KPN has filed court proceedings against Samsung in the US state of Texas, according to official court documents. The European network is suing the world's largest smartphone company for using patented technology, with Samsung's Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5 among the listed devices.KPN has been negotiating with Samsung for some years to reach a licensing agreement, but talks broke down and the company is now pursuing legal means for compensation. As the court filing was made in the US, it seems KPN is focused on that market, but it is unclear if Samsung is infringing the same patent in other global regions.
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