News to know: Cisco sues Apple; Firefox 3 features; Google Earth 4 images

Summary:Notable headlines:The iPhone saga just won't end. And Apple isn't sounding all that diplomatic.

Notable headlines:

The iPhone saga just won't end. And Apple isn't sounding all that diplomatic.

Here's the recap (see Techmeme discussion):

Cisco Sues Apple for Trademark Infringement. Cisco update. Apple response:

"We think Cisco's trademark suit is silly...We believe (their) trademark registration is tenuous at best," said Natalie Kerris, an Apple spokeswoman."There are already several companies using the iPhone name for VoIP (voice over IP) products," Kerris said. "We're the first company ever to use iPhone for a cell phone. If Cisco wants to challenge us on it, we're confident we'll prevail.

Apple picks wrong fight with Cisco; misfires on iPhone trademark

Scoble: Cisco smacks back at Apple on its blog. Best quote:

"You think PodTech could do an “iPod service” without hearing from Apple’s lawyers? Absolutely not."

Cisco claims Apple used phony company to get name.

Back to our regularly scheduled programming...

Images Google's 3D world

AMD is thinking big about small desktops.

IBM wins patent glory, but seeks reform.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM faces all ways. This post lines up with: Microsoft’s Office 2007 team wants in on Web 2.0. It gets a bit confusing.

India's Infosys' Quarterly Profit Up 52.4 Pct.

Verizon FiOS goes to 50 Mbps.

Planned features for Firefox 3.

It’s Official - eBay is Buying StubHub For $310 million

CES: Samsung releases solid state ultra-mobile Q1 with no moving parts.

Tech Bubble Talk Boils Over.

Skype says time is not ripe for cell phone version.

Paypal Doesn't Want Slain Soldiers' Families To Receive Aid.

Enterprise search marketing $1 billion opportunity: SEM Director CEO interview

The Inevitable Death of DRM

Find a Vista or IE 7 flaw, reel in $8,000. MacTel: 22 Kits, 161 patches - so far.

Feds charge investigator in HP spy case.

Tech shakeout
continued: Friendster, Backfence, Insider Pages, Orb updates.

Topics: Cisco

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