The Android world is no stranger to lawsuits, but the latest one coming from British Telecom goes right to the top. It's suing Google in the U.S. over claims that six of its patents have been infringed on by technology found in Android, from the system itself through to Google+, Maps, Docs, Gmail and other Google services.
The six involved patents are based around location based technology, navigation and guidance, and personalised access to content and services. One such example is said to be Google Maps' ability to display different information at different zoom levels.
While BT claims it are acting in the interest of protecting their "intellectual property rights and innovation," Google has come out with the full intention of fighting the lawsuit.
What isn't clear yet is whether or not BT intends to take similar action against Google in the European courts.