The Verge details a U.S. federal court document regarding today’s hearing of Apple’s patent lawsuit against Motorola. The judge presiding over the case, Judge Richard Posner, has dismissed the case in its entirety. Apple’s claim against Motorola includes four patents. These patents cover wireless connection technology and user interface design. Judge Posner also dismissed the possibility of an injunction against Motorola. Earlier this month, the same judge dismissed an Apple vs. Motorola hearing, but today’s dismissal appears to be the final one regarding these four patents. Apple still has the opportunity to request an appeal. Court document embedded below:

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