After licensing negotiations break down, Apple alleges that Burst's patents are invalid. (Publish.com)
Apple Inc. sued Burst.com Inc.,
an audio and video delivery technology company, in U.S. District Court in San Francisco yesterday for declaratory relief, alleging patent invalidity or non-infringement, according to a report on macdailynews.com.
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The two companies were negotiating the issuance of a license to cover Apples iPod and iTunes products.
The suit was filed after those negotiations failed.
Read the full story on Publish.com: Apple Sues Burst.com over Video Patent Claims
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