Supreme Court Says “Nay” to Blackberry

Research in Motion, makers of Blackberry devices, was dealt a setback today after the Supreme Court turned down a request to review a major patent infringement ruling against it. The move takes away yet another barrier between BlackBerry users and service interruptions. There are more than 4 million users of the BlackBerry e-mail service.

Research In Motion (RIM) had petitioned the Supreme Court to review a federal appeals court ruling that could lead to a shutdown of most U.S. BlackBerry sales and service.

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Posted by Gil Zeimer on January 23, 2006 in Travel

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