HTC has faced some serious setbacks in its patent battle with Apple. But that won't stop the company from getting back up and continuing the fight.
Speaking to reporters at the HTC 15th anniversary ceremony yesterday, Chairwoman Cher Wang said her company "will apply for patents in different fields, and we will also purchase different kinds of patents, such as those owned by S3 Graphics Co." Wang's comments at the company's new headquarters in New Taipei City, Taiwan, were first reported by The China Post.
HTC has been fighting a losing battle against Apple in the U.S. Earlier this week, the U.S. International Trade Commission. That came less than a week after , and a month after to ensure they didn't violate Apple's patents.
"Apple is a company with 'big muscle' and is famous worldwide," Wang said. "In the U.S. particularly, it will be able to stop us by all means. This is our challenge."
HTC might also face a challenge from Samsung, which has all but cornered the Android space. In fact, Asymco analyst Horace Dediu reported last month that. HTC came in third with the remaining 1 percent.
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