British Telecom filed a lawsuit against Google on Thursday, alleging that Android and other services violate six of the telephone company's patents.
The lawsuit (see below), filed in U.S. District Court in Delaware, claims that Google services such as Android Market, Google Maps, Google Search, Google+, and Google Offers violate patents owned by British Telecom. The services infringe on a variety of patents including ones that cover systems for navigation information, service provision system for communications networks, and telecommunications apparatus and method.
The suit seeks unspecified damages as well as an injunction.
A Google representative rejected BT's … Read more