Kyocera Abandons Kurv; Wildseed Sues
Sep 30, 2003, 1:09 PM by (staff)
Kyocera has abandoned the Kurv, a CDMA phone it announced in March, which was to use technology from startup Wildseed. Wildseed said it filed a lawsuit against Kyocera alleging breach of contract. Wildseed's "smart skin" technology features intelligent faceplates that can add branded content and applications to phones. Wildseed said its deal for a GSM handset made by Curitel, announced earlier this year, is continuing.
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