The Phone that Launched a Thousand Lawsuits?

February 2007
Wireless Week;2/1/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p26
Trade Publication
The article discusses the lawsuits filed by companies in relation to the new iPhone from Apple. Cisco Systems sued Apple over the name iPhone claiming that it was their own. It was allegedly reported that Nortel plans to sue Apple for using the term Visual Voicemail. Opti also sued Apple with a patent-infringement lawsuit claiming that Apple has been unfairly using Opti predictive snooping technology.


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