U.S. District Judge William Alsup ruled that by invalidating one of Sonos’ patents, Google was infringing on another. But before the lawsuit began, he turned down Google’s request to revoke the two remaining patents.

Alsup also determined that one of the remaining patents was not intentionally infringed by Google, which would reduce the potential harm to Sonos. The judge said a separate hearing will be held after the jury trial to determine whether Google’s enhanced speakers are infringing on Sonos’ patents.

Source: Ferra

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