Broadcom wins patent dispute; iPhone usability could be improved

> Broadcom said the International Trade Commission affirmed that Sirf Technology infringes on three GPS-related patents owned by a Broadcom subsidiary. Article

> A study by Keynote Systems said that Web-surfing usability could be improved on Apple's iPhone. Article 

> The best-ever counterfeit versions of two of Nokia's top handsets, the N96 and the Arte Sapphire, have been flooding the market. Article

> A study by Berg Insight said the number of people worldwide downloading navigation routes to their phones will reach 70 million by 2014. Article

And finally... A judge in Ohio sentenced a man who had been fined for playing rap music too loudly to listen to 20 hours of Beethoven. Article

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