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Acacia, the controversial digital-media patent holding company, has reported its Q2 results and a bunch of details on its growing portfolio…

Acacia, the controversial digital-media patent holding company, has reported its Q2 results and a bunch of details on its growing portfolio of digital media related patents and revenues from it. And now it is not just related to digital media but more broader ones too.

Its patent licensing revenues were $2.68 million, up 300 percent from the year-ago quarter. It has added Nokia for its multi-dimensional bar code technology; Sony as a licensee for its interactive television technology; among others.

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