Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia settled a patent licensing dispute with BlackBerry maker Research in Motion over wi-fi technology in return for payments.
Terms of the agreement were confidential, Nokia said on Friday. It said the deal included a one-time payment, to be booked in the fourth quarter, as well as ongoing fees.
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The agreement settles all existing patent litigation between the two companies, Nokia said, adding that disputes with HTC Corp and ViewSonic over the same wi-fi technology still stood.
(Reporting by Ritsuko Ando; Editing by Hans-Juergen Peters)