Google has settled a singular intellectual property case that involves the deployment of balloons in the stratosphere to provide wireless communications on earth.

Space Data Corp. had been scheduled to go to trial next week with Alphabet Inc., Google LLC and subsidiary Loon LLC. But the parties notified U.S. District Judge Beth Labson Freeman of the Northern District of California on July 26 that they’d settled.

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