Would a judge block sales of all Android phones based on a new court ruling?
sspade 2 years ago
Apple appears to be winning in their litigation battle against Android handset manufacturer HTC. In the worst-case scenario, a judge could block the import of HTC devices from being sold in the US. But also these two major patents apply to Apple's lawsuit cases against Motorola and Nokia. Knowing that shutting down Android sales would give Apple an incredibly strong upper-hand in the smartphone market. Does a judge have the guts to limit the playing field to Apple, or will they be more fair in handing down a judgment in favor of the market leader in handsets (which will also help to promote Apple)? I find it difficult to believe given the evidence that Apple won't come out a winner in these 3 lawsuite.
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