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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a patent case involving technology for managing web images and video that features Limelight Networks Ltd and Akamai Technologies and which has been closely followed by much of the high-tech world for years.
The nation's top court also said it would hear a second patent case, Nautilus, Inc v Biosig Instruments, Inc., that centers on heart-rate monitor technology.
In the original case, dating back to 2006, Akamai accused Limelight of infringing on its patented technology for managing Web images and video.
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