Apple AirPods Infringe Pinn Patents, Jury Told As Trial Opens

By Gina Kim (August 2, 2022, 10:05 PM EDT) -- An attorney for California company Pinn Inc. told a Golden State federal jury during opening statements Tuesday that Apple Inc. ripped off its patented hands-free, all-in-one wireless earbud technology when it released its AirPods in 2016, refusing to "play by the rules" and pay royalties as Samsung and Google did. ...

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