Motorola Mobility Begins Reality Distortion Field Tests in Germany

Motorola Mobility Begins Reality Distortion Field Tests in Germany

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So that setback Motorola Mobility suffered in its patent battle with Apple today? The one that saw a German court bar it from enforcing an injunction that would require Apple to remove its iPhones and iPads from store shelves in Germany? The one that said to rebuff the licensing terms...
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