Even though the mobile patent struggles tend to be Microsoft vs Apple vs World, Palm OS device maker Janam has found itself a “test target” for Motorola.

The (otherwise failed) company recently launched a lawsuit against Janam. Mobile Business Briefing now reports a settlement:

Motorola Solutions and its Symbol Technologies subsidiary settled a lawsuit with rugged device maker Janam Technologies, which had alleged patent infringements related to mobile computing technologies. Janam has licensed Motorola’s patents

As of this writing, not much is known on the exact terms of the settlement. However, stay tuned – we’ll be in touch if we know more.

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3 Responses to “Janam, Motorola settle lawsuit”

  1. I thought they sold most of their Symbol patents to Microvision.

  2. Looks like I was mistaken… The bar code scanning patents are not specifically listed.


  3. Hi Baal,
    thank you so much for talking back!

    Either way, it looks like they have now settled – so let’s see how it all plays out!

    All the best

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