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Apple Wins $625.5 Million Ruling Over Cover Flow

April 5th, 2011 04:13 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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An anonymous reader writes “A federal judge has reversed a $625.5 million judgement against Apple in a patent infringement lawsuit pertaining to Apple’s Cover Flow feature. The lawsuit was filed by Mirror Worlds, a company founded by Yale professor Dave Gelertner. ‘Mirror Worlds may have painted an appealing picture for the jury, but it failed to lay a solid foundation sufficient to support important elements it was required to establish under the law,’ US District Judge Leonard Davis explained in his decision.”

Source: Apple Wins $625.5 Million Ruling Over Cover Flow

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