Court shreds power of Motorola's standard-based patents
Court shreds power of Motorola's standard-based patents
                                       

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SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp came out on top in the first of two patent trials versus Google Inc's Motorola Mobility unit on Thursday, as a federal judge in Seattle ruled largely in its favor. U.S. District Judge James Robart in Seattle said Microsoft owed only a fraction of the...
Microsoft Slapped Google Around In Court, And It's Becoming Clear Google Overpaid For Motorola

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Microsoft prevails in Xbox patent rift with Motorola Mobility

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A U.S. judge ruled Thursday that Motorola Mobility is entitled to substantially less royalties than it wanted from Microsoft for the company's use of wireless and video-encoding patents in its Xbox products.The ruling, handed down in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, is significant because...
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Court rules Google will get Motorola's $12.5B price back from Microsoft if it waits almost 7,000 years

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In the previous post I published and reported on Judge Robart's historic FRAND rate-setting decision in the Microsoft v. Motorola FRAND rate-setting case in the Western District of Washington. After I did this post (I started at 4 AM my time) I went back to sleep again, but then I came...
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Microsoft prevails in Xbox patent rift with Motorola Mobility

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A U.S. judge ruled Thursday that Motorola Mobility is entitled to substantially less royalties than it wanted from Microsoft for the company's use of wireless and video-encoding patents in its Xbox products....
Microsoft prevails in Xbox patent rift with Motorola Mobility

Washington court rules Motorola can get millions, not billions, from Microsoft for its patents

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Among the many patent cases currently ongoing between Motorola and Microsoft is one in US District Court in the state of Washington concerning standards-essential WiFi and h.264 patents. AllThingsD reports that while Motorola was requesting billions in royalties for the technology it owns, Judge James Robart -- who invalidated...
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Microsoft prevails; Motorola denied billions in patent licenses

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US District Court Judge James Robart of the Western District of Washington has issued a critical ruling in the Motorola Mobile versus Microsoft patent lawsuit. The judge has decreed that Motorola Mobility is entitled to nearly $1.8 million per year from Microsoft for use of its standards-essential H.264 video playback...
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Court sides with Microsoft over Motorola patents used in Xbox

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Judge determines Motorola is entitled to $1.8 million in royalty rates for patents used in Xbox -- not the $4 billion it had sought. [Read more]...
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