The USPTO found in favor of Vringo on 3 of 4 claims Google made regarding the validity of the '664' patent. The fourth issue is the easiest to work around and as simple as a refinement to the language if that even becomes necessary.
The USPTO response regarding re-examination of the '420' patent is funny considering they rejected a Microsoft patent application for search citing the '420' as prior art - which is why Microsoft has AGREED to enter settlement discussions with Vringo for willful infringement
Final ruling and judgement will not be affected by the USPTO re-exam process.
First this pertains to claims Ex Parte Reexamination that was ONLY granted for claims 10, 14, 15, 25, 27, and 28. Claims 1-9, 11-13, 16-24, 26, and 29-36 are not subject to reexamination. VRNG will appeal per the rules and the USPTO will ask them to "narrow the language" of the claims in question and that's that.