TiVo accuses Motorola, Time Warner of violating “time warp” patents

24 05 2012

TiVo today accused Motorola and Time Warner Cable, a Motorola Customer, of violating patents covering the company’s digital video recorder technology.

TiVo’s accusation comes in the form of counterclaims filed in response to a lawsuit Motorola launched against TiVo a year ago in the Eastern District of Texas. In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, TiVo said it has accused Motorola and Time Warner of infringing patents numbered 6,233,389; 7,529,465; and 6,792,195.

The patents cover TiVo’s “multimedia time warping system,” TiVo’s “time shifting multimedia content streams,” and its method and apparatus for allowing rewind, pause, and fast forward capabilities in streaming video.


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