TV listings company Rovi Corp. may have invented “wholly novel” methods for viewers to manage their programming, but they’re nevertheless unpatentable abstract ideas, U.S. District Judge Phyllis Hamilton of the Northern District of California ruled late Wednesday.

Her decision handed another win to Netflix Inc. in an ongoing patent dispute between the two companies and sent Rovi’s stock price tumbling 20 percent Thursday.

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