HTC loses Apple patent case as iPhone fends off another legal challenge

Dan Worth

Another win for Cupertino as lawsuits come thick and fast

HTC has lost its first legal case against Apple in the US after a judge at the International Trade Commission (ITC) found that the iPhone maker did not infringe four of the Taiwanese firm's patents...

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