Peloton scores a victory in patent suit

A federal court in Texas has dismissed claims of patent infringement made by Mad Dogg Athletics against Peloton Interactive. Mad Dogg argued that Peloton’s business model was infringing on two patents it held for its own exercise bikes. The court rejected the claims, argueing that the two patents were abstract ...

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