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US to investigate Fitbit, Garmin, other wearable devices after Philips complains

Monday 13 January 2020 | 08:48 CET | News
The US International Trade Commission will start an investigation of certain wearable monitoring devices, systems, and components following allegations of patent violations by Philips and its North America unit. USITC said its scrutiny concerns Fitbit, Garmin International, Garmin USA, Garmin Ltd, Ingram Micro, Maintek Computer (Suzhou), and Inventec Appliances (Pudong) of Shanghai, China. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Fitbit / Garmin / Ingram Micro / Inventec / Philips
Countries: United States
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