German Company Seeks $2.1B from Apple in Patent Suit

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Apple Inc. is facing a claim for about $2 billion in damages from a German patent-holding firm that alleges the U.S. technology giant infringed on a cellphone technology it owns, a German court said. IPCom GmbH accuses Apple of improperly using patented technology that gives emergency calls priority on mobile networks.

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