OtterBox buys rival case maker LifeProof, drops ongoing patent suit

OtterBox buys rival case maker LifeProof, drops ongoing patent suit

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At the CTIA conference on Wednesday, mobile device case maker OtterBox announced that it has purchased TreeFrog Developments Inc., DBA LifeProof, known commercially as "LifeProof," for an undisclosed sum and has officially dropped allegations of patent infringement against the company.    ...
OtterBox buys rival case maker LifeProof, drops ongoing patent suit
               

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