We saw this week just how powerful an import ban can be as US Customs officials enforced an ITC exclusion order delaying the importation of new HTC One X and Evo 4G LTE smartphones into the country, and it looks like Motorola Mobility could be facing a similar fate. On Friday, the full commission of the ITC sided with Microsoft in ruling that Motorola Android devices infringe US patent no. 6,370,566, issuing an order that could keep products like the Razr, Atrix, Xoom tablet, and several other models off US shelves in the future. The ’566 patent claims priority back to 1998 and covers appointment scheduling using email addresses and contact information, and synchronizing those events across phones and PCs.
Motorola must post a bond of 33…
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