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March 29, 2005

Sony Receives Negative Ruling in Intellectual Property Case

Sony has been ordered by a federal judge not to "manufacture, use, sell or import" its well-known PlayStation video games that use technology that was created by Immerson Corp.  Read about the case from the Los Angeles Times.

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