SAN FRANCISCO — Waymo’s lawsuit against Uber over autonomous vehicle technology may go into a second round focused on new claims that Uber is ripping off software code trade secrets, a judge said Thursday.

U.S. District Judge William Alsup of the Northern District of California postponed a ruling on Waymo’s motion to add the two new software-related trade secrets, saying he would decide the matter after the first trial concludes in December or January. After that, there may be “trial number two,” he said at a hearing.

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