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ITC to review Motorola patent claim against Apple

Thursday 21 February 2013 | 12:18 CET | News
The US International Trade Commission will review an administrative law judge's decision invalidating certain Motorola Mobility patents, which cleared Apple of infringement claims. The ITC said it will take a second look at a decision issued in December by Administrative Law Judge Thomas Pender, Cnet reports. Pender dismissed the claims after invalidating a Motorola patent covering proximity sensor technology. The patent in question covers technology that automatically dims a handset's display when the phone senses it's close to the user's face, preventing errant screen commands. Pender said

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