Last year, US firm Tune Hunter sued Shazam – among other companies – claiming that the music discovery service was infringing its music identification patent. TechCrunch reports that Shazam has now settled the case, although no details have been made public other than the fact that both companies will pay their own legal fees. Other defendants, including Gracenote, Napster, AT&T and LG, have filed motions to dismiss the lawsuits against them, but no decisions have been made yet.

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