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Less than a week after #music is launched, one of its chief originators departs for another upstart by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone.
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.
The patent troll, which doesn't sell any products of its own, claims Apple violates 10 of its patents and filed 10 other claims against Google.
ITC judge tosses five patents, finding the Taiwan handset maker did not have proper standing to use them to sue Apple.
The company, previously known as Openwave Systems, completes the sale of its Mediation and Messaging business to focus on licensing and defending its patents.
In a limited victory for Apple, International Trade Commission rules against HTC on 1 of 10 counts of patent infringement. Now HTC faces an April 2012 deadline to invent a work-around.
The company, founded by original Mac team member Alain Rossmann, will use the money on tech infrastructure and international expansion.
HTC launches another legal strike against Apple, but this time it's packing patents it obtained from Google last week.
CNET's Ina Fried tries to get the full browser-based versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint running on the Apple slate--and comes tantalizingly close.
Openwave sells those parts of its business to LiMo member Purple Labs, which plans to use the mobile Internet technologies in its Linux platform.