HTC facing US import ban after Apple patent infringement decision

Phil Muncaster
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Taiwanese handset maker infringed two Apple patents with its Android-based technology

HTC products could face an import ban in the US after a judge at the International Trade Commission (ITC) found in an initial determination that the Taiwanese manufacturer had infringed two Apple p...

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