After Samsung battle with Apple in Germany, Motorola – Microsoft FAT case also got its results today. According to court Motorola Android Devices are not able to sell in Germany as they are banned now. So buddy Germans will scorch for Motorola Android Devices.
The Mannheim Regional Court ruled that Motorola had infringed the Redmond software giant’s FAT patents on file storage systems and granted Microsoft’s request for a sales ban on all affected devices. Florian Mueller tweeted about it:
Microsoft just scored its third court victory over Google. The Mannheim court banned Motorola's Android devices infringing a FAT patent.
— Florian Mueller (@FOSSpatents) July 27, 2012
In a statement, Microsoft deputy general counsel David Howard said:
Today’s decision, which follows similar rulings in the U.S. and Germany, is further proof that Motorola Mobility is broadly infringing Microsoft’s intellectual property. We will continue to enforce injunctions against Motorola Mobility products in those countries and hope they will join other Android device makers by taking a license to Microsoft’s patented inventions.