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EchoStar to Pay $100-Million-Plus to TiVo

LOS ANGELES: EchoStar Communications has been ordered to pay TiVo $103 million plus interest from a long-running patent dispute for lifting DVR software technology, adding to the original $105 million in penalties. Courts ruled five years ago that EchoStar was infringing on TiVo’s "time warp patent," which covers its method for recording one program on …



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