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CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. An unlocked black version of the E7 is being offered by online retailer Expansys for £585. A hefty price tag, but we took more notice of the 10 January release date, more than three months away. The retailer might have it wrong, but generally it puts a date before the actual release, rather than after. Information on the E7 has been put up online on the Nokia website, which suggested a release was imminent. The word was the E7 would be ready for release before the end of the year, so this will be a delay.
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CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Apple will pay an unknown one-off fee to Nokia, followed by unspecified ongoing royalties for its use of various unmentioned Nokia-patented technologies. Don't you just love confidential agreements?. Early last year, Apple applied to the International Trade Commission seeking to have Nokia handsets banned from the US due to patent infringements. Nokia had previously raised much the same issue, claiming Apple had knocked off its intellectual property.
Shareholders suing AT&T and former company tropical palm leaf iphone case directors filed an amended complaint in New York federal court last Thursday, with new details of alleged wrongdoing based largely on interviews with former Excite@Home employees, including ex-CEO Patti Hart, The amended complaint claims that top AT&T executives engineered a plan to steal key intellectual property that was used to develop a competing broadband network, According to the complaint, AT&T created its own cable Internet experiments called the "Steamboat Project" as early as February 2000, and by the next month, the company "had a plan to copy and convert Excite@Home's technology."..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Xbox Live figures heavily in the Viva Piñata plan, and gamers can trade custom-made objects and animals with other players through the online service. Look for the game to be released sometime in fall 2006. Candy coated fun with Viva Piñata. Amid all the space-based shooters and sword-and-sorcery slash-fests on display at E3, one of the quirkier standout titles was Viva Piñata. Microsoft is planning a major push for this family-friendly Xbox 360 exclusive. Taking notes from sandbox games such as Animal Crossing and The Sims, the whimsical setting of Viva Piñata is a garden where candy-filled piñatas hang out when they're not being beaten senseless by little children at birthday parties.