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Apple took a bite without company's approval

By Wei Tian | China Daily | Updated: 2013-08-26 06:56

Apple took a bite without company's approval

Chinese company takes tech giant to court for alleged infringement

Although no verdict has been handed down as yet, Zhizhen Network Technology Co believes that Chinese companies can effectively use the existing legal channels in China to protect and safeguard their intellectual property rights.

The Shanghai-based company was in the news recently after it took tech giant Apple Inc to court for alleged patent infringement. Zhizhen said Apple's popular Siri application, an intelligent digital assistant, installed in iPhones, iPads and iMacs infringes its patents for the voice-controlled assistant, Xiao i Robot. The virtual assistant is mostly used in smartphones, televisions, cars, Web browsers and even in call centers.

Apple took a bite without company's approval

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