Cisco extends iPhone deadlines

Apple iPhone stories continue to dominate the newswires. The latest is a development on the Cisco trademark infringement lawsuit. As you may recall, Cisco has filed a lawsuit to prevent Apple from using the name iPhone on its much-hyped cell phone music player. Today the company says that it has extended the deadline for Apple to file its response to the lawsuit until Wednesday.

Cisco's Linksys division began shipping a line of iPhones last spring and the company has said that it would allow Apple to use the trademarked name but wants both companies' phones to be able to communicate with each other.

Either way, the lawsuit will likely keep the iPhone in the headlines for the next few weeks.

To learn more:
- see this AP story

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