As we noted in our coverage, the whole Lodsys patent mess won’t end until Lodsys allows it to end, despite Apple’s contention that iOS developers are covered by Apple’s license with Lodsys. ZDNet is now reporting that Lodsys has posted additional screeds on its blog, defending its position and offering a bizarre $1,000 payment to targeted developers if Apple turns out to be right. It’s getting really weird, and you have to assume that there will be significant discussion of the situation at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference this week. follow link
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Lodsys Persists in Targeting iOS Developers
It's possible that an examination of the patents will turn up prior art or show that they're not applicable to in-app purchased upgrades, but it seems more likely that Apple will stick with the claim that their license flows through to iOS developers.