HTC takes a swipe at Apple in London High Court

Sooraj Shah
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Taiwanese firm wins swipe-to-unlock patent battle

The High Court in London has ruled that HTC has not infringed four technology patents, including the "slide-to-unlock" feature, that Apple claimed were its own. The ruling said that the popular ...

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