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Post by Dan @ 01:19pm 03/05/12 | 0 Comments
In the latest development in an ongoing patent infringement case between tech heavyweights Motorola and Microsoft -- pertaining the alleged infringing use of elements of H.264 video codecs -- a German court has granted Moto an injunction against the sale of certain Microsoft products in the European country, including Xbox 360 consoles and Windows 7 software (via BBC News).

The sales bans are not currently enforceable however, as a US court is due to consider matters regarding a related restraining order between the two companies next week and the European Commission is reportedly also likely to look things over before anything drastic happens.

Although this might be a non-issue for German consumers right now and if an actual sales ban does eventuate, would more than likely be settled with minimal retail disruption, it's still quite interesting to think that some popular tech products that have been on the market for years now could soon be banned, if only for a brief window of time.



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