Mobile phone maker Sendo said a deal with mobile phone chipmaker Texas Instruments led to the withdrawal of its patent lawsuit against Orange
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A patent suit that had attempted to stop Orange selling the SPV mobile phone, which is based on Microsoft software, has ended with Sendo paying some of Orange's legal costs
UK manufacturer gets litigious - and may take battle to other countries
A lawsuit filed by the UK handset maker alleges that the SPV contains Sendo patents, and aims to halt SPV sales.
A lawsuit filed by the UK handset maker alleges that the SPV contains Sendo patents, and aims to halt SPV sales
News Schmooze: Microsoft, Vodafone and Symbian commenced battle, tablet PCs geared up and IBM made a circuit that's a gas.
Orange and Sendo join the party
Update: UK mobile phone operator Orange and hardware maker Sendo unveil the first two handsets to use Microsoft's smartphone software
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