Verizon Wireless Licenses Klausner's Visual Voicemail Tech
Settling a patent dispute, Verizon Wireless has licensed visual voicemail technology from Klausner Technologies. Klausner had sued Verizon Wireless, claiming that it was violating its patents by using visual voicemail in products such as the LG Voyager. The new licensing agreement was reached on Thursday. Neither form provided specific details about the financial terms involved.
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lol @ Verizon Wireless Licenses Klausner's Visual "Vicemail" Tech