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Kodak, Sony Enter License Agreement

Photography company Eastman Kodak said it entered into a cross-license agreement with Sony that will give the companies access to each other's patents.

The companies agreed to conclude their patent litigation, which involved imaging technologies, Kodak said.

Kodak also said it agreed on a cross license with handset maker Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications. The agreements are royalty-bearing, it said, but did not disclose further financial terms of the deals.

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