Apple, Microsoft and Research in Motion are more used to battling each other than cooperating, but as part of a consortium that purchased the highly-prized Nortel patent portfolio on June 30, they have stolen a march on the biggest competitor, Google.
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Apple, Microsoft, Research in Motion, Nortel patent portfolio sale