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'How much?!' - Judge cancels Apple-Moto patent trial over damages evidence

The first patent-related court showdown between Apple and Motorola in the US since Google bought Motorola has been scrapped, after a Chicago judge decided neither company could back up the levels of damages they were calling for.Apple sued Motorola in 2010 over Apple patents allegedly used without a licence in Motorola's Android phones and tablets.

June 8, 2012 by

Inventor sues Google, Verizon, others on voicemail

Inventor Judah Klausner filed a voice mail patent lawsuit on Tuesday against Google, Verizon Communications, and others. Verizon has already sued Klausner over the validity of his patents.

August 26, 2008

Banking On The Internet Breaking

So, on the day the Olympics open, the head of Tellabs – which helps telecommunications carriers deliver high-quality voice, video and data services around the world -- is talking about a looming bandwidth crisis for the Internet, in today’s Chicago Sun-Times. The main cause for the concern: Video, like we’re seeing over the next two weeks from the Olympics and is watched around the world every day, from YouTube.

August 8, 2008 by

Asterisk open source company "not worried" about Microsoft patent heat

Ever since the "patent infringement" hissing and dissing match between Microsoft and the open source community flared up earlier this week, I've been wondering how Asterisk open source solution providers are looking at this issue.True, none of the 236 open source patents Microsoft is claiming infringement upon directly relate to voice.

May 17, 2007 by

Hail to a new IT society

commentary The Computer Technology Industry Association -- better known as CompTIA -- has been quietly and successfully building a name for itself in Australia. Established 23 years ago and headquartered in Chicago, CompTIA's mission is to provide a unified voice, global advocacy and leadership, and to advance industry growth through standards, professional competence, education, and business solutions -- as stated on its Web site.

August 7, 2005 by

'Smart rooms' help hotels compete

CHICAGO -- A hotel room tuned up to the perfect temperature when the guest opens the door? A touch-the-screen bedside terminal that opens and closes the drapes and tucks telephone calls in voice mail when the guest takes a nap?

July 28, 2000 by

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