Apple Pays Rival $100 Million in iPod Patent Dispute

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Apple settles a patent lawsuit involving the iPod's content menu system. Creative Technology will receive $100 million from Apple to settle the dispute between the two music-player rivals.

Renee Montagne talks to Declan McCullagh, a senior writer for CNET.

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