The patent that would have cost Nintendo $10 million is worthless, judge rules

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A Dallas firm that efficiently sued Nintendo for $10 million for patent infringement might not have invented something within the first place, a federal courtroom has dominated. Although the novelty of Wii Tennis and different Wii Remote video games has lengthy since been changed with newer fashions, Nintendo confronted a slew of patent lawsuits difficult its motion-sensor expertise when it launched the Wii within the early 2000s, and in 2017 a jury really dominated in favor of one among them, iLife Technologies.

But federal Judge Barbara Glynn dominated Friday that iLife’s patent is not legitimate. If you’re going to patent one thing, you have to clarify what you’ve really invented, what’s new that opponents might rip off. Judge Glynn appears to counsel in her ruling that what…

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