After Blackberry, Palm Is Next On NTP's Hit List

"After Blackberry, Palm Is Next On NTP's Hit List"

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Just over eight months after receiving a $612.5 million settlement from Research In Motion following a lengthy patent infringement lawsuit that threatened to bar Blackberry devices from the U.S. market, NTP has now turned to Palm for its next legal attack.

The patent holding firm alleges that Palm’s “products, services, systems and processes” infringe on its patents, and as with the RIM case, it seeks monetary damages as well as an injunction to bar the sale of affected Palm products. It's certainly interesting times ahead for Palm!

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07-11-2006, 13:20:34

Yay! ;)

07-11-2006, 13:27:29

Nice video, I love YouTube :worship:

07-11-2006, 14:44:19

Wahey its Pingu!!! Takes me back to my Childhood :D

Songs alright aswelll

09-11-2006, 07:46:00

Daughter was dancing to it :)

Thanks :)

09-11-2006, 07:53:39

Who the %*(@ is Pingu?

09-11-2006, 08:04:08


Who the %*(@ is Pingu?

Frag you don't know Pingu?

Im ashamed of you!


09-11-2006, 08:05:17

Nope never heard of or seen this character. Must be some crazy Brit thing :)

09-11-2006, 08:06:04

Crazy... I would say you is the crazy one!

Not knowing Pingu.. OMG! :p

09-11-2006, 08:26:39

I wanna find the episode where he gets p1ssed and pee's all over the floor :p

09-11-2006, 08:50:09

[QUOTE=Toxcity]Frag you don't know Pingu?

Im ashamed of you!

Hey!! He's reading the specs for some new unreleased Corsair!!! h4x!!!

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