Upon motion for clarification of the Court’s June 22, 2012 claim construction opinion, Judge Andrews recently issued revised constructions of two terms of the patents in suit. United Video Properties, Inc., et al. v. Amazon.com, Inc., et al., C.A. No. 11-003-RGA (D. Del. Dec. 14, 2012). Judge Andrews revised its constructions of the terms “electronic television program guide” and “interactive program guide” in order to make clear that the terms “require the respective applications to provide current and forward-looking program schedule and channel information — i.e., information concerning what programs are currently airing and when programs will air in the future, and on what channel.” Id. at 1. The Court also clarified that the term “displaying” as used in the ‘268 patent relates to “television and not other forms of ‘overlaying’ on a screen such as when a program ‘window’ on a computer screen is overlaid on top of a user’s desktop and other program windows.” Id. at 2.
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