Israeli technology company Emblaze Ltd. has accused Apple Inc. of patent infringement. the allegations concern a live video-streaming application that the technology giant plans to provide for its iPhone and iPod Touch.
It is not clear which application is intended, but Apple approved an application last week called “Knocking”, that is the first to allow live video streaming, on the 3G network, directly from one device to another.
Meanwhile, Emblaze recently announced its own mobile platform, known as ELSE, that will allegedly integrate the patented technology for streaming video between devices. Emblaze has announced that it is open to licensing its technology to Apple but has set a deadline at December 15th for the iPhone maker to respond.