|Sidney ||24th February 2006 11:00 |
A federal court hearing scheduled for Friday that could lead to the shutdown of BlackBerry devices throughout the United States is forcing longtime BlackBerry users to think about life without their mobile gadgets.
|Sidney ||25th February 2006 18:12 |
BlackBerry case: No shutoff, for now
update RICHMOND, Va.--More than 3 million U.S. BlackBerry users won't lose their service--at least for now.
In a hearing on Friday, U.S. District Judge James Spencer decided against issuing an immediate ruling on whether to impose an injunction that would shut down sales and service of the popular mobile e-mail devices in the U.S. But what remains clear, he said, is that the jury verdict in NTP's case against Research In Motion for patent infringement, nearly four years ago, "has not changed in any substantial or substantive way."
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