The International Trade Commission on Tuesday ruled that Apple has not violated Google’s Motorola Mobility patent for a touchscreen sensor. ITC judge Thomas Pender said the patent was invalid. The touchscreen sensor patent came before Pender this summer, when Google asserted three other Motorola patents against Apple. The commission ordered Pender to examine that particular patent further. The next step in the process is for the commission to review Pender’s ruling.
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Apple Scores With ITC but It May Be a Lose-Lose Game