The security software company, which successfully sued Apple for $368 million in 2010, just got more legal ammo.
Apple says it's challenging a $368.2 million decision by a Texas court last November over security patents.
How do you follow a $368 million judgment in your favor? If you're VirnetX, you go back to the patent litigation well, and this time you target the iPhone 5 and iPad Mini.
The tech giant gets hit with a hefty judgment for allegedly infringing on VirnetX's network patents, which incorporate products like FaceTime.
The $475 million bid for Nortel's Enterprise Solutions Business could spell trouble for Cisco in Australia's enterprise telephony market, but is good news for customers.
The service allows the use of a single BlackBerry smartphone to take and place calls from an employee's mobile phone number as well as their office number.
The wide-ranging partnership will include integration of SMS, voice chat, and Facebook Connect, sources tell All Things Digital.
Competing app stores, the Samsung Galaxy Tab release date nears, and Google is sued again! Plus we talk about the Audible app, and cover a tip that harkens back to the Windows PC. This week's special guest: Senior Editor of cell phone reviews Kent German!
The latest version in Microsoft's years-long effort to crack the business telephony market is due out before the end of the year.
Powering the Winter Games requires more than 5,000 kilometers of cabling, 6,000 computers, and a willingness to break with tradition.