Nokia's hopes of taking HTC to task over SMS patents look to be fading after a preliminary hearing verdict was handed down this week.
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The mobile data-tracking company has said its software, which can be installed on handsets by manufacturers or operators, inadvertently collected SMS details from unknowing mobile users
HTC is talking with carriers about having charges on their accounts nullified, which had occurred as the result of a glitch when transferring data from a BlackBerry to an HTC.
While you have companies like HTC and Samsung pushing the limits of the hardware and operating system level software integration on Windows Mobile, there are also several companies providing software applications to enhance your Windows Mobile experience. As readers know, I have been testing out the HTC Touch Diamond and since this device has Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional it supports threaded SMS out of the box. Joel Evans from Geek.com recommended I try out SMS-Chat on the Diamond because it offers a much richer threaded SMS experience. I loaded it up immediately and have to say that while it is nice to see a basic implementation of threaded SMS in the operating system, something like SMS-Chat is a much better solution for text messaging fans.
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