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The Biden White House has upheld a International Trade Commission ruling that Apple infringed on some patents with technology inside recent Apple Watches, which could lead to a US import ban.
A lobbying group representing major tech companies including Microsoft, Google, Amazon, and Facebook, has aligned itself with Apple in the company's ongoing legal dispute with Qualcomm.
According to a report by Bloomberg, Qualcomm is preparing to ask the United States International Trade Commission for an import ban on iPhones. Apple recently refused to pay royalties to Qualcomm.
The Obama Administration has unexpectedly overruled a decision by the ITC to ban the import of older Apple iOS devices into the US, in the first such reversal of an ITC ban since 1987.
The United States International Trade Commission issued a ruling today that bans the importing of older iPhones and iPads into the US because they were found to be violating one of Samsung's patents.
2012's biggest drama looks set for a 2013 sequel with the ITC finding Samsung to have infringed on a key part of an Apple patent. That patent? Something to do with text selection methods on mobile.
An ITC judge struck down a lawsuit by Motorola that looked to ban the Xbox 360 console from being imported into the United States due to patents on short-range wireless technology.
The International Trade Commission has sent the Motorola patent infringement case against Microsoft's Xbox 360 console back to the judge, delaying a possible US import ban on the Xbox 360.
Microsoft is getting some high powered help in its fight to keep the Xbox 360 from being banned from being imported in the US, including comments to the ITC from rivals like Apple.
A judge has recommended that the International Trade Commission place a ban of importing the 4 GB and 250 GB versions of the Xbox 360 S consoles into the US for violating Motorola patents.
The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled today that smartphone maker HTC infringed on Apple's patents in two claims. An import ban on some HTC products will begin on April 19, 2012.
As a result of the recent International Trade Commission (ITC) ruling that Taiwanese phone manufacturer HTC violated two of Apple’s patents, HTC’s share prices have plummeted. Due to the fears of an import ban on...
Apple has filed a second patent-infringing complaint against HTC as they now try to block imports of what they called “Personal electronic devices” from the Taiwanese company. According to SFGate, the complaint was filed late last...
On the heels of Kodak's complaint against Research In Motion, Motorola filed its own dispute with the BlackBerry maker on Friday. The complaint, filed with the International Trade Commission, alleges RIM is infringing on five...