WinScribe, producers of dictation software, has announced that they’ll be unveiling the BlackBerry component of the WinScribe Mobility Suite today. For those in the neighbourhood, the BlackBerry software will be demonstrated at the ALM Legal Tech New York show, held in the Hilton New York Hotel February 5-7th. WinScribe will demo it at their booth (#2109/2111) every day of the conference, and at the BlackBerry booth (#2008/2010) from 10 AM to 5 PM on February 6th. WinScribe features the ability to both provide audio to a transcription team, complete with document attachments to ensure accuracy, as well as local recording to be pushed out at a later date if reception is poor.
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Lou Lupin, Qualcomm’s legal counsel and senior VP must have been putting in some hefty overtime lately. In fact, the increasingly one-sided battle highlighted by yesterday’s ruling that Qualcomm pay Broadcom $39.3 million probably caused him to resign. Qualcomm’s starting to feel its teeth rattle as a result of the battery it’s taken over the last couple of weeks, mainly with Broadcom winning a video compression patent issue and the lack of progress being made on the power management patent front. A recent addition to Qualcomm, Carol Lam, will be taking up the reigns until a full replacement can be found.