Claims Directed to Capture and Output of Digital Content Held Patent Ineligible By James Korenchan — A few weeks ago, the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware granted Defendants’ Rule 12 motions in three different cases, each naming Pebble Tide LLC (hereinafter, “Pebble”) as Plaintiff. The Defendants in the three cases were Arlo Technologies, Inc., Uniden America Corp., and Petcube, Inc. In granting the Rule 12 motions, the Court found the claims of two asserted patents — U.S. Patent Nos. 10,261,739 (the ‘739 patent) and 10,303,411 (the ‘411 patent) — to be invalid as being patent ineligible under…
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