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Apple and RIM targeted by Openwave in patent suit

In a new complaint filed with the U.S. International Trade Commission and a Delaware court, Openwave Systems says Apple and Research In Motion are infringing on five of its patents.

By August 31, 2011

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Unwired Planet sets sail on patent offensive

The company, previously known as Openwave Systems, completes the sale of its Mediation and Messaging business to focus on licensing and defending its patents.

By May 1, 2012

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LiMo gets Openwave browser and messaging

Openwave sells those parts of its business to LiMo member Purple Labs, which plans to use the mobile Internet technologies in its Linux platform.

By July 7, 2008

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Openwave names new CEO

Former Inktomi chief David Peterschmidt replaces Don Listwin, who will continue to be vice chairman.

By November 4, 2004

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Openwave snaps up U.K. rival

The two cell phone messaging software makers plan to close the deal by July.

By May 11, 2004

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Linux gets a phone call from Openwave

The company that sells more wireless browsers than anyone else in the world says its browser and e-mail software for cell phones is now compatible with the open-source operating system.

By September 18, 2003

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Openwave Systems to cut 180 jobs

The wireless browser maker plans to reduce its work force by 12 percent in an effort to shave $10 million from its quarterly expenses.

By June 19, 2003

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Openwave gets to the source

The wireless software maker releases some of its source code, joining a growing number of companies that are prying open their designs for the outside world.

By May 30, 2002

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Openwave to buy phone software maker

The wireless software maker is buying SignalSoft in a deal valued around $59 million. Shares of SignalSoft jump substantially on news of the deal.

By May 29, 2002

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IBM, Openwave team for phone services

Big Blue and the wireless software maker unveil a 10-year development agreement to upgrade equipment that IBM sells to telephone service providers.

By May 6, 2002