It was just announced that Apple and Cisco will share the usage of iPhone.Additional clauses in the agreement state that Steve Jobs will stop calling Cisco's VOIP phones, "Total pieces of garbage built on incredibly bad taste", and that Cisco will be allowed to sit with the "Cool Kids" in the Cafeteria.
Today is Apple's deadline to respond to Cisco's iPhone trademark lawsuit. We wonder what will happen. Likely, since this is the US legal system, they'll ask for an extension.
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Rivalries are entertaining to watch. You've got Pepsi and Coke, Paris and Lindsay, and apparently there's one between networking giants Dlink and Linksys, the latter being infamous for iPhoneyGate. Yahoo Tech's Chris Null received a reviewable engineering sample of DLink's revolutionary GSM/VOIP combo cellphone two…
It's not what any of us expected. The iPhone is a voip phone made by Linksys. Cisco, their parent company, has owned that trademark since 1996. And they're announcing their product in a few hours.
I guarantee it. It isn't what I expected at all. And I've already said too much.