In his eponymous biography, Steve Jobs vowed to “destroy” Android, claiming it was a “stolen product.” Yesterday, the U.S. Trade Commission vindicated the Apple founder, ruling that a number of small features in Android phones infringed Apple’s copyrights.

Chief among the features is the one-touch technology allowing users to call numbers and schedule appointments based on dates written in e-mails and texts. HTC, manufacturer of many of the Android phones in dispute, will no longer be able to sell the infringing devices here in the States beginning April 19, pending confirmation from the Obama administration.

[via New York Times]