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With a deadline looming, it appears that Sprint was either unable or unwilling to get rid of its Nextel iDEN assets, which had been precluded from iPCS' territory.
Various legal actions claim negligence on the part of Microsoft and T-Mobile led to the recent cell phone woes.
Today's settlement removes a big roadblock to people who might have considered using Grooveshark's paid music services but were uncertain about its legal status.
The companies have to respond to a third publicized lawsuit claiming that consumers were duped into believing that the iPhone was capable of sending and receiving MMS.
A lawsuit against Facebook appears to be all over the place and not based on an real understanding of how the site works.
Another iPhone MMS lawsuit surfaces this week with bigger claims against Apple and AT&T, alleging an economic impact of over $5 million.
Complaint alleges that the social-networking site is violating California consumer privacy laws by disseminating private information to third parties for commercial purposes.
A service that makes emergency-management messaging software has sued Twitter over alleged patent infringement. The legal documents, however, are pretty vague.
Apple and AT&T are the target of a consumer lawsuit filed in Louisiana over the lack of MMS on the iPhone.
Man sues Apple, St. Louis police, and others, claiming a receiver had been installed on his iPods allowing the Mafia to transmit threats. Seeks $14.2 million in damages.