Jawbone Seeks End To Patent Fight With Fitbit

By Fola Akinnibi (June 15, 2016, 8:09 PM EDT) -- Jawbone asked a California federal judge to put an end to a patent suit filed by rival wearable fitness tracker maker Fitbit Inc. on Tuesday, arguing that none of the products in question perform the elements of the asserted claims in the case.

In a motion for summary judgment, San Francisco-based AliphCom Inc., which makes the Jawbone trackers, said it hasn't infringed any of Fitbit's wireless device pairing patents with its Up Move, Up2, Up3 and Up4 products.

For a patent infringement claim to be valid, the accused products must perform the element of the claim, which Jawbone says isn't the...

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