A little bruised, Burst.com will live to fight another day in its dispute with Apple over patents it claims the company infringes on in its popular iPod and iTunes music store.

Apple tried to invalidate parts of four of the tiny Santa Rosa, Calif., company’s patents related to compression; high-speed transmission; and sharing, editing and playing audio and video on computers in a summary judgment motion. In a ruling Thursday, U.S. District Judge Marilyn Hall Patel invalidated 14 claims, leaving 22 claims remaining.

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