Mobile device makers wage antitrust wars

More technology companies are turning to the DOJ in hopes of quashing rivals

These days, patent disputes among technology companies are common, particularly among those that create handheld devices. But smartphone and tablet makers are increasingly trying to conquer their rivals in another way: by accusing competitors of violating antitrust laws.

The Wall Street Journal reports that many mobile device manufacturers are asking the Department of Justice (DOJ) to investigate rival tech companies that are allegedly breaking antitrust laws.

Ashley Post

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