The United States International Trade Commission on Tuesday ruled in favor of Apple (AAPL) in its ongoing legal dispute with Motorola. Judge Thomas Pender found that Motorola’s patent for a proximity sensor that prevents accidental hang-ups was invalid, Reuters reported. Pender’s ruling is the latest blow to the company, however the judge’s decision is subject to a review by the full commission. Motorola alleged this past summer that Apple had infringed upon several of its patents concerning location reminders, e-mail notification and video players, and had asked the ITC to implement an import ban in the United States against the iPhone,
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