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Samsung, Kyocera, Others Win Row Over Java Programming Patents

Law360, Los Angeles (August 9, 2013, 5:33 PM EDT) -- A California federal judge Thursday ruled that Samsung Electronics Co., Kyocera Communications Inc. and others did not infringe one of Nazomi Communications Inc.'s Java programming patents, saying Nazomi did not sufficiently show that the allegedly infringing system used in Samsung's cellphones operates in a similar manner to its patented system.

U.S. District Judge Ronald M. Whyte granted summary judgment of noninfringement to the defendants, saying the electronics giants have not infringed Santa Clara-based Nazomi's U.S. Patent Number 6,338,160, which covers a method for improving the performance of operations running on Java...
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