Friday, July 17, 2009
Kyocera, SPH Halt Legal Battle
San Diego-based Kyocera, including Kyocera Corp, Kyocera Wireless Corp, and Kyocera Communications Inc. reported this week that the companies have reached a 180-day standstill agreement with SPH America, which has resulted in the dismissal of four lawsuits by the respective firms. SPH and Kyocera were engaged in a patent lawsuit battle over technology used in Kyocera's cell phone products. SPH had claimed that Kyocera had violated its intellectual property, and was looking to bar import of some (More info...)

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Covario Rolls Out New Offering
San Diego-based Covario, a developer of search engine marketing automation tools, said earlier this week that it has rolled out a new product which the firm will further automate keyword marketing for customers. According to the firm, it has launched a product called D3- Data Driven Decisions for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). The product automates monitoring keyword and web site changes, and automatically helps IT or marketing managers to see how those changes will impact ROI.

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