RIM gets hit with e-mail patent lawsuit

GavelTeleCommunication Systems based out of Virginia came knocking on RIM’s door yesterday about their patent for an e-mail system which handles multiple logins under one app. Not only is TCS looking for damages, but they also want an injunction made against RIM to stop them from using it. C’mon, now. Isn’t the money enough? These kind of things have been known to end amicably, so here’s hoping we don’t have another NTP on our hands.

Posted by Simon Sage in News

Comments [4 Responses]

dino
December 21st, 2007 at 11:50 am

What losers! Tell them to grow up! Its over. Blackberry is blackberry.no one can take that away from us! We’re global baby! Oh btw on the other acticle.. We would beat the iphone if we could watch youtube on our phone. And record some video. Oh and have wi-fi on all blackberrys.
Love to all.

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