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US to review decision that Apple didn't violate Samsung patent

A final decision is expected in January

Reuters  |  Washington 

The US Trade Commission will review a judge's decision which found that did not violate patents owned by Electronics in making the iPod touch, and

An administrative law judge at the ITC had said in a preliminary ruling in September that was innocent of violating the patents. The ITC, which could have opted to simply uphold the judge's decision, said that it would take up the matter. A final decision is expected in January.

and have taken their bruising disputes to some 10 countries as they vie for market share in the booming mobile industry.

 

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US to review decision that Apple didn't violate Samsung patent

A final decision is expected in January

The US International Trade Commission will review a judge's decision which found that Apple did not violate patents owned by Samsung Electronics in making the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad.

The US Trade Commission will review a judge's decision which found that did not violate patents owned by Electronics in making the iPod touch, and

An administrative law judge at the ITC had said in a preliminary ruling in September that was innocent of violating the patents. The ITC, which could have opted to simply uphold the judge's decision, said that it would take up the matter. A final decision is expected in January.

and have taken their bruising disputes to some 10 countries as they vie for market share in the booming mobile industry.

 

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US to review decision that Apple didn't violate Samsung patent

A final decision is expected in January

The US Trade Commission will review a judge's decision which found that did not violate patents owned by Electronics in making the iPod touch, and

An administrative law judge at the ITC had said in a preliminary ruling in September that was innocent of violating the patents. The ITC, which could have opted to simply uphold the judge's decision, said that it would take up the matter. A final decision is expected in January.

and have taken their bruising disputes to some 10 countries as they vie for market share in the booming mobile industry.

 

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