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Sonos says Google stole its speaker tech, asks for product ban in court

07/01/2020

Sonos has brought two lawsuits against Google for alleged copyright infringement, claiming Google used five of its patents to build its own speakers. It’s asking for a ban on all Google devices that use the supposedly stolen tech, including smartphones, laptops, and of course speakers. According to a report from the...
Sonos has brought two lawsuits against Google for alleged copyright infringement, claiming Google used five of its patents to build its own speakers. It’s asking for a ban on all Google devices that use the supposedly stolen tech, including smartphones, laptops, and of course speakers. According to a report from the New York Times, Sonos filed one suit in a federal court and another with the US International Trade Commission. The backbone of the lawsuits is Sonos‘ claim that Google stole its technology when the two companies partnered in 2013. At the time, Google’s apparent intention was to build its… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google Sonos has brought two lawsuits against Google for alleged copyright infringement, claiming Google used five of its patents to build its own speakers. It’s asking for a ban on all Google devices that use the supposedly stolen tech, including smartphones, laptops, and of course speakers. According to a report from the New York Times, Sonos filed one suit in a federal court and another with the US International Trade Commission. The backbone of the lawsuits is Sonos‘ claim that Google stole its technology when the two companies partnered in 2013. At the time, Google’s apparent intention was to build its… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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