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RIM: Handspring copied our keyboard

Thu Sep 19, 2002 - 11:33 AM EDT - By Marcus Adolfsson

Research In Motion filed a complaint yesterday in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware against Handspring, claiming that the Treo 180k, Treo 270 and Treo 300 infringe on the claims of a patent associated with unique keyboard features implemented in RIM's BlackBerry handhelds.

RIM has not specified which patent Handspring allegendly infringes on, nor what damages they are seeking.

RIM has received various patents protecting certain intellectual property rights in the ornamental and functional design of the Blackberry.

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