Apple is accused of illegally using another company's caller identification technology in its mobile device, the latest in a seemingly unending wave of patent lawsuits.
This time, the plaintiff is Cequint, a company that focuses on caller ID technology and is a unit of TNS, which itself provides data communications services to businesses.
Cequint has accused Apple of damaging its own business with the continued use of its technology, and warned that it would "be irreparably harmed" unless a court mandated a ban, Bloomberg reported today.
An Apple spokeswoman declined to comment to CNET.
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