Bose and Beats affect settlement in lawsuit regarding noise canceling




Bose and Beats have reached a settlement with each other in the case that both parties argued with each other about noise canceling headphones. Both companies have asked the court to strike the case, but have further disclosed few details.

That reported Bloomberg based on documents filed with the court in the state of Delaware. The site states that Bose and Beats have come out of the courtroom, so the lawsuit can be according to them. Terminated an agreement There are no further details known about the settlement, but it is likely that Beats a sum paid to Bose.

Bose complained in July Beats for the use of noise canceling technology in its headphones. These included the Beats Studio and Beats Studio Wireless, says Bose. Both products would violate patents the audio company. When the court asked for a sales ban, something that is common in patent cases.

Beats was recently acquired by Apple for a total of $ 3 billion. It is unclear whether the new parent company would share in the settlement that has been reached. Bose



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