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N.Y. COURT INVALIDATES HANDWRITING SOFTWARE PATENT Xerox Corp. v. 3Com Corp.

22 No. 1 ANCOMPILR 9Andrews Computer and Internet Litigation Reporter (Approx. 4 pages)

N.Y. COURT INVALIDATES HANDWRITING SOFTWARE PATENT Xerox Corp. v. 3Com Corp.

22 No. 1 ANCOMPILR 9Andrews Computer and Internet Litigation Reporter (Approx. 4 pages)

22 No. 1 Andrews Computer & Internet Litig. Rep. 9
Andrews Computer and Internet Litigation Reporter
*1 June 15, 2004
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N.Y. COURT INVALIDATES HANDWRITING SOFTWARE PATENT

Xerox Corp. v. 3Com Corp.

A federal judge has invalidated Xerox Corp.'s patent for a system that enables a computer to recognize handwritten text. The ruling came in Xerox's lawsuit alleging that the handwriting recognition software used in the PalmPilot handheld computer...
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