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Saturday, July 14, 2012
FujiFilm Sues Motorola Over Mobile Patents

FujiFilm is suing Google's Motorola Mobility subsidiary over four patents associated with digital camera and photo technology in cellphones.

FujiFilm claims Motorola's phones including the Droid X, X2, 2 Global, Bionic, 3, Pro; and the Atrix 2, Electrify, Photon 4G, XPRT, Defy, Cliq 2 and Titanium handsets, infringe the following patents:

- U.S. Patent 6,144,763, which covers the capturing of color pictures by a cellphone and their conversion to monochrome images;

- U.S. Patent 6,915,119, which addresses a "telephone and data transmitting method." FujiFilm alleges a number of Motorola devices infringe on this patent through their use of Bluetooth or Wi-Fi as a means to communicate with a computer or other device;

- U.S. Patent 7,327,886, covering the facial detection system included in some Motorola cellphones; and

- U.S. Patent 5,734,427, concerning the processing of a high- resolution image into a lower-resolution image for display on an electronic viewfinder.

In its complaint, FujiFilm asks Motorola to pay damages to be decided at trial and to pay FujiFilm's legal costs.

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