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Pocket-lint.co.uk contributor Davey Winder hacks government site

Pocket-lint.co.uk contributor Davey Winder hacks government site

By 17 May 2007

Davey Winder, Pocket-lint.co.uk's resident computer and hardware guru was the main attraction on today's Channel 4 news lunchtime programme and will be the focus of an in-depth report on Channel 4's 7.00pm news tonight. Davey hit the headlines after managing... >>

NTP goes after Palm in patent infringement lawsuit

NTP goes after Palm in patent infringement lawsuit

By 6 November 2006

NTP the company who famously and successfully sued BlackBerry for breach of patents has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Palm, maker of the Treo smartphone. NTP said its suit asserts that Sunnyvale, CA-based Palm's "products, services, systems... >>

Microsoft faces huge fines from the European Commission

By 10 July 2006

Microsoft is facing fines to the tune of hundreds of millions of euros from the European Commission as part of a move to get the software company to comply with antitrust laws. The amount of the fine is being decided today by a meeting of 25 EU countries,... >>

Blackberry settles court case with NTP

By 4 March 2006

Blackberry maker RIM has reached a settlement to end the dispute that could have closed the service in the US. The company, Research in Motion, said on Friday that is has agreed a full and final settlement with software firm NTP. RIM has paid NTP $612.5... >>

Blackberry dealt further blow in patent case

Blackberry dealt further blow in patent case

By 30 November 2005

Blackberry maker Research in Motion was dealt another legal setback this week, which could force the company to close its mobile email service in America. A US District Judge in Richmond, Virginia, rejected RIM's request to delay the case and refused... >>

Blackberry maker settles patent dispute

Blackberry maker settles patent dispute

By 16 March 2005

Blackberry maker Research in Motion has settled a court settlement over its handheld email device with a company that deals only in Patents so it can continue to sell the unit in the US. The US$450m payout came after a US appeals court upheld the case... >>