Judge Stark Construes Terms of Web Browsing Patents

Judge Leonard Stark has issued a claim construction opinion in the ongoing Softview litigation, a pre-AIA case involving several defendants that are among the biggest tech companies. Softview’s patents relate to a system and method for rendering, zooming, and panning in a web browser. Judge Stark resolved disputes about the following terms:
– “scalable content”
– “scalable / scaling / scaled”
– “translating”
– “processing [the] HTML-based Web content to produce scalable content”
– “format”
– “vector-based content / scalable vector-based content”
– “vector”
– “object datum”
– “primary datum”
– “layout location datum”
– “enabling the user to zoom and pan a view of the Web page”
– “fit across”
– “tapping”
– “preserve(s) / preserved / preserving / preservation”
– “machine-readable medium”
– “storage means”
– “processing means”
– “wireless communication[s] means”
Softview LLC v. Apple Inc., et al., C.A. No. 10-389-LPS, Memo. Op. at 5-25 (D. Del. Sep. 4, 2013).

Softview LLC v. Apple Inc., et al., C.A. No. 10-389-LPS (D. Del. Sep. 4, 2013).

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