Functions of Uber Technologies Inc.'s app that displays driver and rider locations on a map don’t infringe two GPS tracking patents, a federal district court in California said. X One Inc. sued Uber for infringing patents for tracking proximity of services provider to services consumer and for location sharing and tracking using mobile phones or other wireless devices. The court ruled that there’s no material factual dispute that Uber’s location sharing doesn’t “obtain,” “plot . . . with locations,” and “transmit” the same map. The court also held that X One failed to raise a genuine dispute of material fact that Uber’s proximity of services provider sharing doesn’t have the necessary relationship with launch required by either the “responsive to launching” and “in association with launch” limitations. The case is X One, Inc. v. Uber Techs., Inc., 2020 BL 50805, N.D. Cal., 16-CV-06050-LHK, 2/12/20.