After Win Against Seven, Visto Goes After RIM
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May 1, 2006, 1:14 PM by (staff)
Wireless email provider Visto has won an infringement suit against Seven, a similar service, in an East Texas District Court. Seven was found to infringe on three out of the five patents in the suit and was fined $3.6 million. Visto today used this momentum to file suit against Research In Motion for patent infringement, asking for both monetary damages and an injunction. This is similar to the claims RIM recently settled with NTP. In December, Visto joined together with NTP to file suit against Microsoft and Good Technology for similar infringement claims.
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Did RIM piss someone off?
The Saga Continues
this seems like an angry ex-wife
now they gotta know how donald trump felt.