By VINDU GOEL and MARK SCOTT
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple's iPhone is a technological marvel. You can
watch streaming video on it, download apps, take photos with its
camera and give voice commands to Siri, its digital assistant. You can
even make old-fashioned voice calls on it.
Nokia, the Finnish company that was the world's largest cellphone
maker until its business was decimated by Apple and makers of
Android-based phones, claims none of those features would exist
without its inventions, which were made over many years and after
billions of dollars were invested in research.