Microsoft beats rivals to AOL patent trove

Microsoft has agreed to pay AOL more than $1 billion to acquire or license most of the seller's inventory of patents after winning a bidding war that was said to include Google, Amazon, eBay and Facebook. The trove includes intellectual property related to technologies for smartphone and tablet devices involving search, e-mail, instant messaging and customized online Web advertisements.

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