In a unanimous decision, the U.S. Federal District Court of Northern California found Canadian company Research in Motion (RIM) guilty of infringing Mformation Technologies Inc.‘s patent related to wireless mobile-device management. The software found to infringe Mformation’s patent is RIM’s BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES), used by corporate enterprise customers to manage and secure their BlackBerry devices. The court awarded Mformation $147.2 million in damages based on past sales of BES-connected BlackBerry smartphones in the United States from late 2008, when the lawsuit was filed, through the trial date…According to the U.S. District Court, District of Columbia, the FCC’s plan to revamp its Universal Service Fund to be more broadband oriented can move forward. The Rural Cellular Association and the Universal Service for America Coalition had challenged the order.

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Week 3 of ESPN ’s MNF drew in 14mln viewers, with MNF now up 4% season-to-date from 2019

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