In a lawsuit filed with the US District Court in Western Washington and the International Trade Commission (ITC) this week, Microsoft has accused Motorola of patent infringement on a number of handsets based on Google’s Android operating system.
Motorola’s Android-based handsets include Motorola Droid, Cliq, Devour, Backflip, i1, and Charm.
Adding to the troubles of the Apple Inc. in the wake of its iPhone 4 antenna controversy, Motorola has released an advertisement in a national newspaper mocking the former’s antenna issue in the latest phone.
Motorola’s move appears to be a revengeful response to Apple’s act of satirizing Droid X antenna via a video.
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