RIM Sued Over Network Patent Yet Again…

Deja Vu… I wonder if RIM gets sued every week and we just don’t hear about it. I was just reading an article in the Chicago Tribune over the weekend about how RIM is being sued once again over some network patent. A company called Aloft Media LLC seems to think that the BlackBerry 8320 & 8820 violate their patents. Once again the company is seeking an injunction and unspecified damages. Yippee!

This patent is so good that Aloft Media wont even tell us what it covers. I wonder if it has something to do with the 8320 & 8820 having WiFi. On the other hand that would also include the 8120 which was not named. I’m confused…

After reading on Law.com about the fiasco that was the NTP lawsuit I was hoping I would not have to read about it again. Hopefully this will be the last we hear of Aloft Media.

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  1. I dont know if you have read the article over at CNET News.com with the title: Bye-Bye Blackberry? by Tom Krazit and Anne Broache

    Here is a piece of the news article:
    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.

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