Microsoft wins US import ban on Motorola’s Android devices

Microsoft wins US import ban on Motorola’s Android devices

arstechnica.com
The US International Trade Commission today ordered an import ban on Motorola Mobility Android products, agreeing with Microsoft that the devices infringe a Microsoft patent on “generating meeting requests” from a mobile device. The import ban stems from a December ruling that the Motorola Atrix, Droid, and Xoom (among 18...
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