The United States Court of Appeal says thatApple did not infringe a patent owned by Motorola Mobility, owned by Google, during the development of the iPhone.
A Court of Appeal ruled Friday that the Cupertino company did not violate technology owned by Motorola Mobility in the creation of the iPhone, according to a Reuters report. The International Trade Commission (ITC) first ruled in 2013 that Apple had not infringed six patents that Google acquired when it bought Motorola Mobility in 2012, to the tune of $ 12.5 billion.
The complaint was originally filed in 2010, when Motorola claimed that Apple was infringing its intellectual property, through the use of technology preventing a user from accidentally activating the touch screen of the phone when the handset is on his ear. It should be noted that only one of the six patents in question was examined by the United States Court of Appeal. The fight between the two giants is far from over…