The company holding the keys to using e-mail over wireless has signed an agreement with the world's top cell phone makers and wireless network carriers.
The technology patent company which won a settlement from Research In Motion notches another win as a court validates seven of its patents. The patents are being used in suits against several smartphone players.
The tiny company, which battled RIM in court for five years, now is suing six of the world's largest cell phone makers for allegedly infringing on its patents.
Imagine a world where a two-person company holds an entire industry hostage. From the lawyers who brought you BlackBerry Panic comes NTP II; this time, it's about even more money.
After winning a $612.5 million settlement from RIM last year, NTP is back with patent claims against the largest U.S. wireless carriers over patents for wireless e-mail.
blog Company behind the epic patent infringement lawsuit against Research In Motion is now going after the maker of Treos.
Game over: RIM settles with NTP
just in Research In Motion has settled with NTP for $612.5 million in its long-running BlackBerry patent spat.
The volume and intensity of DDoS attacks in the first half of the year reached new heights, according to research.
A distributed-denial-of-service attack peaked some 33 percent higher than last year's Spamhaus attack, the previous DDoS record-holder.