BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd. scored another victory at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Wednesday when the agency invalidated a key NTP Inc. patent in the infringement case threatening to shut down the popular wireless service.
The decision, touted by RIM on its Web site, is not final, but the company says the latest ruling eliminates five of the seven pending patent claims that NTP had successfully enforced in court.
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