ALSO NOTED: USPTO turns tide for RIM; Theater owners look to jam cell phones; and much more...

> The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office tells NTP and RIM it will likely reject the five remaining NTP patents under dispute. Blog

> Theater owners are looking to petition the FCC to allow them to jam mobile phone signals while users are watching movies. Article

> Analysts continue to question whether Palm OS has a future, despite the company's assertion that it does. Article

> Trend: Mobile malware will triple next year as mobile devices and smart phones in particular grow in popularity. Article

> WSJ.com has a Q&A with a Harvard Business School professor about mobile marketing. Interview (sub. req.)

And Finally... Time capsule emails intend to enable users to send idealistic emails to their future selves. Article

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