NTP files patent breach suit against Palm

NTP files patent breach suit against Palm

Months after gaining US$612.5 million from Research in Motion in a patent infringement lawsuit settlement, NTP Inc. has filed a...

November 6th, 2006 Ben Ames

Microsoft to support Linux

Microsoft to support Linux

In a significant acknowledgement of the viability of Linux as a corporate OS, Microsoft Corp. Thursday announced a deal with...

November 2nd, 2006 Elizabeth Montalbano

Prospects fading for single European patent regime

Prospects fading for single European patent regime

The prospects for a single, European Union-wide patent regimeappear to be dimming, as industry groups representing some of themost innovative...

June 25th, 2006 Paul Meller

Einstein, Adidas, Beckenbauer… and a Cup full of ideas

Einstein, Adidas, Beckenbauer… and a Cup full of ideas

Germany is using the World Cup games to show that the country hasn't only produced some clever soccer players like...

June 14th, 2006 John Blau

Blockbuster patent battle comes to a head today

Blockbuster patent battle comes to a head today

In the patent case of the century, the day of the reckoning istoday -- Friday, February 24. The U.S. Patent...

February 23rd, 2006 Ernest DaSilva

RIM wins 2 lawsuits in Europe

RIM wins 2 lawsuits in Europe

Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM), the maker of the BlackBerry, has won two patent-related lawsuits in Europe against InPro Licensing...

February 5th, 2006 Nancy Gohring

Setback for RIM as top court won’t hear case

Setback for RIM as top court won’t hear case

The U.S. Supreme Court won't review the patent infringement dispute between Research in Motion Ltd. and NTP Inc., closing down...

January 23rd, 2006 Stephen Lawson

RIM saga grinds onward

RIM saga grinds onward

Research in Motion’s high-profile patent troubles in the U.S. may have customers on both sides of the border reconsidering their...

January 19th, 2006 Jeff Jedras

Which is the most innovative country in Europe?

Which is the most innovative country in Europe?

Could Malta, a little island nation with a population of 400,000, be the most IT-savvy country in Europe? Well, it...

January 8th, 2006 Peter Sayer