Google’s ASUS-made Nexus 7 tablet isn’t even in wide release yet, and it’s already drawing the ire of patent-holders who claim that neither Google nor ASUS bothered to obtain required licenses. This time, it’s Nokia leading the battle cry, apparently taking issue with the Nexus 7′s use of WiFi.
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