The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has effectively struck down two more of the patents that are at the heart of the lawsuit NTP is bringing against RIM.
Samsung is set to dominate the Smartphone market. It seems they're the only manufacturer really pushing the limits with hardware design. Well, they're at it again with the SGH-D55 which offers a dual-hinge clamshell design, Bluetooth, 1.3 megapixel camera, BlackBerry Email client and tri-band GSM/GPRS all running on an alternative operating system.
More than three million people are now using BlackBerry cellular-wireless handhelds. One million new subscribers joined in just the last six months.
Surging sales of Research in Motion's BlackBerry models pushed the handheld market to the best first quarter it has ever had.
One of the leading retailers of mobile software says there are a number of trends that indicate that third-party applications for BlackBerry wireless handhelds have reached the point at which sales begin to accelerate exponentially .
iAnywhere Solutions has released a public beta of a version of AvantGo for BlackBerry cellular-wireless handhelds.
Research in Motion has reported its first unprofitable quarter in a very long time. However, this was caused by the settlement of its lawsuit with NTP, not because the company isn't selling plenty of BlackBerry wireless handhelds.
The long-running lawsuit between Research In Motion (RIM) and NTP has finally come to an end. RIM gets a perpetual license to the disputed patents, but has to pay a hefty fee for it.
High Tech Computer plans to begin bundling RIM's push email serive on many of the Windows Mobile handhelds and smartphones it designs.
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