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ITC Judge: Microsoft not violating Motorola H.264 patent

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A change of heart by an administrative law judge with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) has ruled that Microsoft has not violated a patent owned by Google's Motorola Mobility when it created the Xbox 360 video gaming console. The ruling by Judge David Shaw is a reversal of his...
ITC Judge: Microsoft not violating Motorola H.264 patent
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ITC judge recommends Microsoft Xbox import ban in US for infringing on Motorola patents

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Image via Phandroid An administrative law judge for the United States International Trade Commission has recommended a ban on Xbox gaming consoles from importing to the country. According to the recommendation (PDF), which publicly released yesterday, the U.S. ban of 4 GB and 250 GB consoles would essentially penalize Xbox’s...
ITC judge recommends Microsoft Xbox import ban in US for infringing on Motorola patents

ITC invalidates X2Y patents; clears Intel, Apple, HP

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An International Trade Commission lawsuit brought by technology company X2Y Attenuators against Intel -- claiming that the chipmaker had stolen X2Y's technology and used in chips purchased by other manufacturers -- has failed, with a preliminary ruling by Judge David Shaw that not only did Intel not infringe on the...
ITC invalidates X2Y patents; clears Intel, Apple, HP

Microsoft Xbox 360 S facing ITC import ban in US

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The Microsoft Xbox 360 S is to be banned from sale in the US following an International Trade Commission ruling. In a court document released on Monday, ITC Judge David Shaw recommended the sale of both 4GB and 250GB versions of the console be blocked. His recommendation related to a...
Microsoft Xbox 360 S facing ITC import ban in US

US ITC refuses to ban Microsoft's Xbox at Google's request

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The U.S. International Trade Commission has turned down a request for a ban on Microsoft's Xbox after finding that the gaming device did not infringe a patent owned by Google's Motorola Mobility unit.The ITC's ruling Thursday has essentially confirmed an initial ruling by administrative law judge David P. Shaw...
US ITC refuses to ban Microsoft's Xbox at Google's request

Microsoft's Xbox cleared of Google patent violation charge

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An administrative law judge at the U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled against a ban on Microsoft's Xbox as he found it did not violate a patent owned by Motorola Mobility. In a one-paragraph ruling, Judge David P. Shaw gave an initial determination that the Xbox did not violate...
Microsoft's Xbox cleared of Google patent violation charge

ITC defers ruling on Motorola's Xbox ban

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The International Trade Commission's six-member deciding panel deferred judgment today on a patent dispute between Google's Motorola Mobility and Microsoft, pushing the possibility of a ban on the Xbox 360 out of likelihood this year. In April, Ars reported that ITC Administrative Law Judge David Shaw found Microsoft's Xbox 360...
ITC defers ruling on Motorola's Xbox ban

Google faces a double hurdle in what's left of its ITC case against Microsoft's Xbox

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More than 27 months after Motorola filed an ITC complaint against Microsoft's Xbox gaming console, Google still hasn't won an import ban, but keeps pursuing one. On March 22, Administrative Law Judge David P. Shaw issued a preliminary ruling recommending the dismissal of the remainder of the complaint, and based on...
Google faces a double hurdle in what's left of its ITC case against Microsoft's Xbox

Petitions for review filed in Google-Microsoft and Apple-Samsung ITC cases

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There isn't much to write about sealed documents, but four petitions for review (one of them a conditional one) have been filed with the ITC this week in connection with the investigations of Google's (Motorola's) complaint against Microsoft's Xbox gaming console and of Apple's complaint against Samsung. Redacted versions have...
Petitions for review filed in Google-Microsoft and Apple-Samsung ITC cases
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Google loses another one to Microsoft: ITC judge says Xbox doesn't infringe sensor UI patent

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An Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) at the United States International Trade Commission (USITC, or just ITC) has given notice of a preliminary ruling that Microsoft's Xbox gaming console does not infringe Google's (Motorola's) U.S. Patent No. 6,246,862 on a "sensor controlled user interface for portable communication device". This non-standard-essential patent...
Google loses another one to Microsoft: ITC judge says Xbox doesn't infringe sensor UI patent
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Apparently Stripping Nude To Protest TSA Search Is Protected By The First Amendment

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A few months ago, you may have heard about John Brennan, who was going through Portland International Airport, and felt that the TSA screening procedures were the equivalent of harassing him. In response, to protest, he stripped naked... and was promptly arrested for disorderly conduct and indecent exposure. However, a...
Apparently Stripping Nude To Protest TSA Search Is Protected By The First Amendment

Megaupload Founder’s Home Seized, Co-Defendant Bailed

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Bram van der Kolk, the lead programmer of the now-defunct Megaupload cyberlocker, last appeared in court on January 26th. Judge David McNaughton agreed to give the Dutch national bail but his release was delayed for a week while his home was assessed for surveillance equipment suitability. Today, van der Kolk...
Megaupload Founder’s Home Seized, Co-Defendant Bailed

Spikes wins Founders Showcase Pitch Competition

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Watch out Symantec, yet another potential disruption to your security suite is creeping up from below. Spikes, the maker of security software for large corporations that virtualizes the browser in the cloud, making getting hacked by browsing the Web virtually impossible, won the overall vote from the audience and an...
Spikes wins Founders Showcase Pitch Competition

Motorola said Seattle FRAND case could affect ITC Xbox case, initial determination is no import ban

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Late on Monday, Administrative Law Judge David Shaw issued a notice of his initial determination on the ITC investigation of Motorola's November 2010 complaint against Microsoft's Xbox. He deems the Xbox to infringe five Motorola patents, four of which are FRAND-pledged standard-essential patents. Only one of the asserted patent claims...
Motorola said Seattle FRAND case could affect ITC Xbox case, initial determination is no import ban

Google's ITC case against Microsoft's Xbox to be decided in 12 months (July 2013)

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Last month, the top-level decision makers of the ITC remanded the investigation of Google subsidiary Motorola Mobility's complaint against Microsoft's Xbox gaming console to Administrative Law Judge David Shaw. Motorola was hoping to win an import ban in time for this year's Christmas Selling Season, especially after Judge Shaw's preliminary...
Google's ITC case against Microsoft's Xbox to be decided in 12 months (July 2013)

ITC judge recommends import ban on Microsoft's Xbox

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An administrative law judge for the International Trade Commission issued a recommendation that the commission ban 4GB and 250 GB Xbox gaming consoles from import to the United States. The recommendation(PDF) was released to the public on Monday, and would punish Microsoft for infringing against some of Motorola’s patents. The...
ITC judge recommends import ban on Microsoft's Xbox
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