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What: Shares of digital video recorder company TiVo
So what: The company was back in court today trying to defend its patent on the DVR technology known as "multimedia time warping system," which allows the recording of one show while watching a second. TiVo has been engaged in patent infringement lawsuits against EchoStar
Now what: The company is scheduled to report Q3 earnings later this month, but news related to these legal proceedings may have a bigger impact on stock performance, as the ultimate outcome of the lawsuit affects TiVo's ability to monetize its DVR patents.
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