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Apple and Google Partner to Buy Kodak Patents

As another example of how business can make strange bedfellows, Apple, despite its ongoing legal battle with Google subsidiary Motorola, is reportedly teaming up with the search giant to offer a bid for Kodak patents valued at over $500.

apple googleThe two companies, competing for dominance of the smartphone market, have partnered after leading two separate groups this summer to buy some of 1,100 imaging technology patents held by bankrupt Kodak. By partnering with each other for the Kodak patents, Apple and Google reduce the chance of subsequent patent infringement litigation.

KodakIn its court filings, Kodak valued the patents at between $2.21 billion and $2.57 billion, and needs to sell its portfolio of digital patents for at least $500 million in order to emerge from bankruptcy early next year.

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One Comment on “Apple and Google Partner to Buy Kodak Patents”

  1. Matthew December 19, 2012 at 4:05 am #

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