Tuesday June 21, 2005 12:50 pm
Vermont Company Sues Apple Over iTunes Interface
A company called Contois Music Technology has hit Apple Computer, Inc. with a lawsuit over Apple’s iTunes software. The suit, filed early last week in Vermont, alleges that the iTunes software design infringes on Contois’ six-year old patent (US Patent No. 5,864,868) Computer Control System and User Interface for Media Playing Devices. Contois says that 19 aspects of the iTunes interface are in violation of the patent, including iTunes abilities to transfer music to a portable music player and sort music files by artist, genre, or album.
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