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RIM, maker of the BlackBerry smartphone line, and Motorola have been sued this week by Klausner Technologies over alleged violations in regards to patents for visual voicemail.
Visual voicemail has become the new standard for smartphones because its lets users visually see their voicemails without having to call a number and use a series a dialpad touches to listen or delete said messages.
In regards to Motorola, Klausner says the visual voicemail application used on the Cliq Android phone is unlicensed despite the fact that all other Motorola phones using visual voicemail have licenses from Klausner.
For RIM, the BlackBerry Bold 9700 is under fire, despite other BB models having licensed visual voicemail from Klausner.
Klausner has already settled with Apple and AT&T over the same issue sued Cisco and Avaya in August.


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Blockbuster has announced that they will begin offering a service that allows users to watch movies via their Motorola handsets.
The rental company is stepping into mobile video for the first time, and has been struggling for years now, losing market share and customers to rivals such as Netflix and RedBox.
There was not too much details available on the plan however the company said it would be an expansion of the OnDemand movie download service that is currently available through set-top boxes.
There was no word on release date, file format, or price.
Kevin Lewis, Blockbuster’s vice president for digital entertainment, did add however that the service would debut with “thousands of films” available.


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Motorola has announced today that it has inked a deal with Paramount to start a movie download service for its millions of mobile phone customers.
The service will launch in the UK at first and then move to Germany, Italy, Spain and France. The service is different than other mobile offerings however and will not allow on the go downloads. Users will instead have to download the movies to their PCs and then move them over to memory cards on their Motorola phones.
The company is hoping that customers will pay up to £8.99 per movie to watch on the small screen.
“We’re expecting significant consumer interest in the movie download store, with blockbusters available from just £5.99,” said Andrew Till, senior director of applications and service portfolio of the multimedia team at Motorola. “The first 40 films being made available mark a significant step change in our content strategy and we look forward to adding further rich material in the coming weeks and months.”
Prices will range from £5.99 for catalog movies to £8.99 for newer releases.