Good was supposed to help Motorola extend its mobile computing capabilities, but these days the cell phone maker is focused on cleaning house.
One of the many companies defending itself against a patent lawsuit filed by Visto has settled for an undisclosed amount.
There aren't a lot of Visto users in the U.S., where the BlackBerry is king, but if you want secure corporate e-mail on your iPhone, they're the guys to see.
The two companies enter into a licensing deal that involves both "cash and non-cash" elements. Still unresolved: Visto's lawsuit with BlackBerry maker RIM.
RIM facing another lawsuit
Assuming it can get AT&T to sign on, Synchronica's software would let iPhone users get their corporate e-mail.
First BlackBerry, now Good?
Email on the Web: The bottom line
Nokia adds ultrathin E50 to E series
Traditionally, E series devices have been very corporate centric and serious in design, but now Nokia is updating the line with a more modern look and a fresh set of features.