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US: Microsoft’s Xbox receives good news in patent spat with Motorola

 |  May 24, 2013

The International Trade Commission released its ruling Thursday in a case initiated by Motorola Mobility, which accused Microsoft of violating Motorola’s patent with its Xbox gaming console. According to reports, the ITC has ruled that Microsoft did not violate the patent; if the outcome were against Microsoft, it would have threatened the company with a forced barring of imports of the gaming console to the US. The case is a major win for Microsoft, which is currently involved in another spat with Apple and mobile companies that use Google’s Android processing platform Motorola Mobility is one such company that uses Android for its smartphones.

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