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However, Typo said that the claims were not enforceable because similar designs were in the market nearly 10 years before BlackBerry filed for a patent, Mashable reports.
BlackBerry had claimed that the keyboard was a blatant infringement against its iconic keyboard, and demanded for a fair compensation for using their intellectual property and technological innovations.
The report added that Typo representatives have asked the judge to dismiss the claims and grant a permanent injunction so BlackBerry couldn't take legal actions against them. (ANI)
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