Dec. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp. will have to wait four more days to learn of a judge’s findings in its patent- infringement case against Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc.
U.S. International Trade Commission Judge Theodore Essex said he will issue his determination in the case on Dec. 20. He had been scheduled to release the findings today. Notice of the new date was posted on the agency’s website.
Microsoft claims Motorola Mobility is infringing its patents, and is seeking an import ban of certain phones that run on Google Inc.’s Android operating system, as well as Motorola Mobility’s Xoom tablet.
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