Terms of the settlement, first reported by Bloomberg, were not immediately disclosed.
Previously, TiVo has boasted about winning patent settlements totaling more than $1 billion in multiyear agreements with Dish Network, AT&T and Verizon Communications. TiVo owns several key patents relating to DVR functions, including the so-called “Time Warp” patent covering simultaneous storage and playback of TV programming that had been at the heart of TiVo’s seven-year litigation against Dish.
Google bought Motorola Mobility for $12.4 billion last year. Then Arris, a supplier of communications equipment to cable operators, acquired Motorola Mobility’s Home business from Google for $2.35 billion earlier this year. Google retained Motorola’s mobile phone division. Under the terms of the Arris-Google deal, Arris was responsible for a maximum of $50 million in damages and royalties in connection the TiVo litigation.