A court has upheld that the amount that Microsoft pays Google to use certain Motorola patents is properly set. The case is part of an ongoing legal episode which involves Microsoft suing Motorola in 2010 for violating a contract. The court eventually agreed with Microsoft.
Microsoft still has the right to use some of the things that Google now owns, and the court has now agreed with Microsoft that the rates it is paying are fairly set. Motorola had once demanded exorbitant rates from Microsoft for the use of certain patents. Microsoft said foul play when Motorola failed to deliver for the Xbox and other uses.