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Content tagged with Mobile & Wireless posted in March 2006
Maybe Now Your Good-For-Nothing Children Will Pick Up A Phone And Call
Commentary  |  3/31/2006  | 
Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel have invented a "kosher phone." It makes a nice sandwich with Gulden's spicy brown mustard and Dr. Brown's Cel-Ray Tonic. And can I get you a little Danish for after? Diet-shmiet, you're pale, have you been eating?
BlackBerry Case: Not Good Sign For Patent Challengers
Commentary  |  3/6/2006  | 
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion's decision to settle with NTP for $615 million in an infringement case involving wireless E-mail patents is good news for the likes of Tom Woolston, Dick Snyder, and Neil Balthaser. All three hold patents on IT that others contend they don't deserve.
RFID, The Newest Four-Letter Word
Commentary  |  3/6/2006  | 
Have you heard the latest buzz on the newest four-letter word, RFID, also known as radio frequency identification technology?


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