Microsoft, Hon Hai strike patent deal

Microsoft, Hon Hai strike patent deal

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Microsoft and electronics manufacturer Hon Hai announced Tuesday that they have made a licensing deal covering major Google products. Hon Hai said it will pay Microsoft royalties on any products that run Google's Android mobile or Chrome operating systems that Hon Hai makes, which use technology covered by Microsoft patents....
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Microsoft signs Foxconn patent deal

www.bbc.co.uk
Taiwanese electronics assembly giant Hon Hai - owner of Foxconn - agrees to pay Microsoft a patent fee for devices made running Google's operating systems....
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Foxconn parent Hon Hai licenses Microsoft's patents for Android, Chrome devices

www.engadget.com
Microsoft has insisted that companies building products based on Android and Chrome are treading on ground covered by its patent portfolio for years now, and is continuing to press that claim. Today it's come to licensing terms with another one of them -- Foxconn parent Hon Hai. Well known...
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Microsoft signs broad Android patent licensing agreement with Hon Hai

www.electronista.com
Microsoft and Foxconn parent company Hon Hai have signed a worldwide patent licensing agreement that places the manufacturer underneath Microsoft's patent portfolio umbrella for devices running the Android and Chrome OS. The agreement covers patent usage in smartphones, tablets, and televisions. While specifics of the agreement are not available, Microsoft...
Microsoft signs broad Android patent licensing agreement with Hon Hai

How, exactly, do Apple's iPhone sales 'disappoint'?

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A Reuters headline has some Apple watchers scratching their heads FORTUNE -- A Taipei-datelined Reuters story getting widely picked up Wednesday uses "disappointing" twice in six paragraphs to describe sales of Apple's (AAPL) iPhone. "Disappointing demand" for the iPhone between January and March is blamed for the 19% drop in the first-quarter...
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iPhone maker Hon Hai sees sudden 19 percent sales drop in 2013 Q1

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Reuters is reporting that Hon Hai, the manufacturer that everyone else knows as Foxconn Technology, saw its sales tumble in the first quarter of this year. In the post-Christmas season, the iPhone maker brought in $26.9 billion -- a fall of 19 percent compared to the same quarter last...
iPhone maker Hon Hai sees sudden 19 percent sales drop in 2013 Q1

Hon Hai/Foxconn sees 19 percent drop due to lower iPhone demand

www.electronista.com
Taiwan-based manufacturer Hon Hai -- better known under its lead brand Foxconn -- posted a 19 percent fall in sales year-over-year during the first quarter, Reuters reports. Revenue reached T$808.97 billion, a decline from T$1 trillion in Q1 2012, as well as the T$988.34 billion the company posted in Q4....
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Hon Hai met secretly with Apple in Japan to Discuss iTV Panels

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News out of Taiwan today states that Hon Hai's Chairman Terry Gou met with Apple executives earlier this month to discuss HDTV displays for Apple's future iTV. The meeting reportedly took place a tenth generation flat panel plant in Sakai in western Japan....
Hon Hai met secretly with Apple in Japan to Discuss iTV Panels
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