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February 24th, 2007

Samsung To Chase SED TV Patent

Abstract:
Samsung have made approches to get access to SED TV technology a company insider has told Smarthouse News. The news comes as Canon faces the possibility that they may have to drop the TV technology after a US federal judge's ruled that Canon violated a licensing agreement for a key piece of intellectual property.

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Samsung have made approches to get access to SED TV technology a company insider has told Smarthouse News. The news comes as Canon faces the possibility that they may have to drop the TV technology after a US federal judge's ruled that Canon violated a licensing agreement for a key piece of intellectual property. Canon's deal to license Nano-Proprietary's carbon nanotubes was signed back in 1999, but the Texas-based company said that Canon's 2004 partnership with Toshiba broke that contract.

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