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ITC says HTC infringes on two Apple patents, means trouble for Android

Apple has been granted at least a partial victory in its patent suit against Android phone maker HTC today, reports Cnet. The US International Trade Commission has today ruled that HTC violated two of Apple’s patents. The ITC judge that ruled on the case provided an initial determination that HTC had infringed on two out [...]
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