Nokia Lumia smartphones are pictured in a shop in Warsaw, January 11, 2013. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
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Nokia and Apple said Tuesday they were burying the hatchet in a bitter patent dispute with a cooperation agreement and an undisclosed cash payment by the U.S. tech giant to the Finnish group.Following years of clashes, Nokia and Apple originally signed a licensing agreement in 2011 .But last December, the Finnish group, once the world's top mobile phone-maker, complained that Apple was using Nokia technology in many products without paying for it.The deal reached Tuesday would put the two companies' relationship back on an even keel, with Nokia providing "certain network infrastructure products and services to Apple," the statement said.
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