"We do not begrudge anyone the ability to create new products and take them to market, unless they infringe on our intellectual property. For more than 18 months, we’ve been using, marketing, promoting and selling ChromiumPC Modular Computers. But in spite of our sincere efforts to resolve this matter amicably with Google, we’ve clearly reached an impasse. So for now, we feel we have no other choice than to request the assistance of the court to protect us in this very critical matter regarding ChromiumPC."
What makes this suit even more interesting is that just last month, Xi3 Corporation announced in a blog post that its ChromiumPC computer would be the "world's first desktop computer designed to run Google's Chrome operating system," and now the company is saying it won't ship pre-loaded with a Google licensed OS.
Google hasn't commented on the lawsuit.
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