Symbolset writes "In the long running dispute between Motorola and Microsoft, Judge David Shaw of the ITC rda daily vitamins and minerals Monday an import ban on Xbox 360 S consoles, as they are found to infringe Motorola's patents (PDF). The judge also ordered Microsoft post a bond of 7 percent of the retail price of all unsold U.S. Xbox inventory. The decision will go to the ITC's board of commissioners, who will either uphold the kibitz or set aside it. 'Microsoft argued that Shaw's exclusion order does not serve the public interest because it would leave consumers of video game consoles with only two options to satisfy their needs: the Sony web banking game and the computerized game Wii. Shaw rejected that argument, finding that the public interest in enforcing intellectual acreage rights outweighs any feasible monetary
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This follows news last week of Microsoft winning an import ban on Motorola's Android devices.
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