“An International Trade Commission lawsuit brought by technology company X2Y Attenuators against Intel — claiming that the chipmaker had stolen X2Y’s technology and used in chips purchased by other manufacturers — has failed, with a preliminary ruling by Judge David Shaw that not only did Intel not infringe on the three energy-conditioning patents in question, but that two of the X2Y patents were invalid,” Electronista reports.

“Also named in the lawsuit were Apple and HP, since both use certain Intel chips in their products,” Electronista reports. “Both companies were also cleared.”

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