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Watch out for Metallic Objects in IP Phones! You Could Get Hurt!

I've tested, used, and reviewed many Polycom phones over the years, but apparently I never noticed or received this warning letter with these phones. Check out this ridiculousness:WARNING ALL SOUNDPOINT IP PHONESWith respect to section 5.4.3.10 of the Australian Communications...

Judge rejects AT&T Request to pull Verizon ad, AT&T Responds with Anti-Verizon Ad

Break out the popcorn wireless fans, the battle between AT&T and Verizon Wireless is getting ugly! A judge has rejected AT&T's request to pull the Verizon 3G ad which compares Verizon's 3G map footprint vs. AT&T's 3G map footprint...

Skype in Legal Fight with Joltid over P2P technology

Skype and Joltid Limited are in a legal dispute over Skype's licensing of Jolitid's P2P communication technology. This is news to me, since I thought Skype invented the P2P technology used in Skype. Skype's technology roots are in Kazaa, the...

Nuvio sues Garmin over nuvifone

Nuvio announced a trademark infringement lawsuit against Garmin today. The dispute is against Garmin's uber cool GPS mobile phone called the Nuvifone just recently announced and due out later this year.  Nuvi claims they filed this lawsuit January 31st of...

Vonage vs. Sprint - Court Decision Reached

According to Reuters, a U.S. federal court has reached a decision on Sprint Nextel Corp's patent infringement lawsuit against Vonage. A Vonage spokeswoman could not provide further details on the decision and a Sprint representative was not immediately available. Trading...

Mitel sues ShoreTel - What does it mean?

Some fellow TMCers were emailing back-and-forth about the Mitel lawsuit against Shoretel just before Shoretel launched their IPO. A few moments later, Jon Arnold emailed me, a bunch of TMCers, Om, VoIPCentral, Ken Camp, Russell Shaw, and a few other...

Vonage warns it could file for bankruptcy

According to the Asbury Park Press, Vonage warned that patent fights could lead to bankruptcy and the company's liquidation. Vonage lost its patent lawsuit with Verizon and as I have stated before, if this is upheld on appeal, Vonage will...

Vonage to pay $58 million to Verizon over patent dispute

BREAKING! Vonage has been ordered by a Virginia court to pay $58 million to Verizon Communications for infringing on three of the company's patents.  Vonage has vowed to appeal the decision. In addition to monetary compensation, Verizon is also asking...

iPhone vs iPhone vs. iSoftphone?

As if we haven't had enough of the Cisco vs. Apple iPhone battle, now we have "iSoftPhone", a clone of the Apple iPhone's skin created by Xnet Communications GmbH. iSoftPhone is a VoIP softphone for Mac OS X. They claim...

It Was Some Week, Wasn't It?

You knew Macworld and CES in the same week would be exciting, but who expected that Apple's show would blow the other one completely out of the water? Funny what a little iPhone announcement -- and the ensuing announcement from Cisco...

Apple vs. Cisco over iPhone

I was just on the phone with Garvin Thomas, a reporter from NBC11 News who wanted my take on the iPhone lawsuit between Apple and Cisco and to discuss what he learned. First, when you search the US Patent and...

The Straight Skinny on the Cisco/Apple Lawsuit

Not too surprising and plenty of blog, blog, blogging on the Cisco lawsuit over Apple's use of the iPhone name for its new little product -- did anyone miss this announcement? Great to see this Cisco news item that comes...

Cisco sues Apple

Just one day after the Apple iPhone was announced, Cisco announced it was suing Apple over trademark infringment. Apparently, they were under negotiations, but they fell though. David Berlind at ZDNet has more. Any name ideas? I was thinking aPhone...

Verizon slaps Vonage with Lawsuit

Vonage said today that it has been served with a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Verizon.  The lawsuit from Verizon Service Corp. and Verizon Laboratories Inc. alleges that Vonage infringed on seven patents related to VoIP technology. The timing of...

RIM (Blackberry) out of the frying pan and into the...

We all know that RIM, makers of the popular Blackberry has settled with NTP. Betcha thought the war was over, right?  Nothing is over! Nothing! You just don't turn it off! It wasn't my war! You asked me, I didn't...

Google hires Vint Cerf

Google Inc. announces that it hired Vinton (Vint) Cerf, the longtime technologist who is widely known as a “founding father” of the Internet, as Chief Internet Evangelist.When Microsoft was pressed for comment they stated "First it was Kai-Fu Lee and...
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