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IDCC News: InterDigital to Sponsor FierceWireless Path to 5G Luncheon at Mobile World Congress 08:30 AM
IDCC News: InterDigital, imec and Peraso Demonstrate World's First WiGig-Based Millimeter Wave Mesh Backhaul System 02/27/2015 08:00:00 AM
IDCC News: Interdigital to Feature Two World's Firsts at MWC 2015 02/26/2015 08:30:00 AM
IDCC News: Redknee and Interdigital to Demonstrate Wi-Fi Monetization at Mobile World Congress 02/24/2015 04:30:00 PM
IDCC News: D2 Technologies, InterDigital and Alcatel-Lucent to Demonstrate Advanced Mobile IP Communications Solution at Mobile World Co... 02/23/2015 11:00:00 AM
News News Alert: InterDigital to Sponsor FierceWireless Path to 5G Luncheon at Mobile World Congress 03/02/2015 08:30:00 AM
#393361  Sticky Note Upcoming 'legal' events for Interdigital as I see FISH21049 12/08/14 10:26:16 AM
#392981  Sticky Note Let's make it simple: Fog1937 12/02/14 10:38:12 AM
#382423  Sticky Note Sticky info: Analyst Reports, Rmarchma Reference Information, etc. postyle 02/21/14 03:45:14 PM
#396498   Thanks DR...I thought the OnStar offering might be Monterey2000 03/02/15 11:18:02 AM
#396497   a press release from "another" company enhancing the Data_Rox 03/02/15 11:17:44 AM
#396496   monterey - Data_Rox 03/02/15 11:08:07 AM
#396495   Monterey: After reading the following I believe olddog967 03/02/15 11:06:35 AM
#396494   Data Rox, may Sierra Wireless supply their devices my3sons87 03/02/15 10:53:28 AM
#396493   A Remand Initial Determination (RI) from the ALJ my3sons87 03/02/15 10:51:30 AM
#396492   no doubt, but when we're listed as partners gejebr3 03/02/15 10:51:18 AM
#396491   doesn't matter who makes the products as long Gungrey 03/02/15 10:45:30 AM
#396490   Google confirms plan to offer wireless service Gamco 03/02/15 10:42:43 AM
#396489   DR, thanks for the link. It appears Monterey2000 03/02/15 10:41:49 AM
#396488   Thanks DNDODD. That is a useful reference. la-idcc-fan 03/02/15 10:37:03 AM
#396487   M3S and others….automotive Data_Rox 03/02/15 10:31:12 AM
#396486   Monterey, imagine if IDCC gets paid forf this my3sons87 03/02/15 10:24:48 AM
#396485   Monterey, it will be interesting to see how my3sons87 03/02/15 10:23:20 AM
#396484   MYS, I agree the vehicle's connectivity is separate Monterey2000 03/02/15 10:19:48 AM
#396483   doesn't matter who makes the products as long gejebr3 03/02/15 10:17:51 AM
#396482   Yes, But do we make anything? scooby5 03/02/15 10:14:05 AM
#396481   seems to be the year of "products" for gejebr3 03/02/15 10:10:38 AM
#396480   Peraso PRS4000 Baseband SOC Selected by InterDigital for Gamco 03/02/15 09:41:29 AM
#396479   53% of developers are currently working on Internet redviking 03/02/15 09:23:45 AM
#396478   perhaps it was original--not updates sailfreeee 03/02/15 09:15:50 AM
#396477   Monterey, I see the vehicle device as separate my3sons87 03/02/15 09:04:07 AM
#396476   No mention of IDCC in that PR. dndodd 03/02/15 08:51:54 AM
#396475   http://www.fiercewireless.com/story/get-facts-5g-mobile-world-congress/2015-02-1 sailfreeee 03/02/15 08:47:29 AM
#396474   Nice coverage of Alcatel Lucent's announcement concerning their idccjoe 03/02/15 08:36:28 AM
#396473   InterDigital to Sponsor FierceWireless Path to 5G Luncheon dndodd 03/02/15 08:35:40 AM
#396472   Re:JimLur; /Excellent find! topseeded 03/02/15 07:21:17 AM
#396471   Here it is folks. The new InterDigital/BIO-key product JimLur 03/02/15 06:29:33 AM
#396470   BlackBerry deepens Samsung partnership in attempt to attract JohnSamuel 03/01/15 08:59:07 PM
#396469   Olddog, IMO, bluetooth and voice activation have little Monterey2000 03/01/15 08:43:56 PM
#396468   Monterrey: I don't know about OnStar in olddog967 03/01/15 08:03:37 PM
#396467   Where does IDCC figure into this LTE and my3sons87 03/01/15 07:57:44 PM
#396466   Customer Value and Flexibility Drive OnStar 4G LTE Pricing Monterey2000 03/01/15 06:33:00 PM
#396465   Chevrolet is leading the way...offering the available built-in Monterey2000 03/01/15 06:26:01 PM
#396464   WOW, I wish my Verizon bill was only Gungrey 03/01/15 03:50:13 PM
#396463   This smartphone costs just $6.66 a month with data JohnSamuel 03/01/15 02:06:34 PM
#396462   Samsung Unveils Galaxy S6 to Answer iPhone 6 Paullee 03/01/15 01:37:55 PM
#396461   No problem. Please let me know when bulldzr 03/01/15 12:59:41 PM
#396460   Was not trying to be nosey and if the trading doctor 03/01/15 09:56:24 AM
#396459   In case you weren't aware the company updates dndodd 03/01/15 06:47:19 AM
#396458   I think Rmarchma's earnings information is now dated la-idcc-fan 02/28/15 09:41:05 PM
#396457   power/bulldzr: IDCC probably has been give an expected olddog967 02/28/15 06:57:38 PM
#396456   I believe Merritt said 1st half of 2015... bulldzr 02/28/15 06:21:46 PM
#396455   Does anybody have any info as to when power11 02/28/15 06:01:34 PM
#396454   oddog I will bet anything they earn over .80 mickeybritt 02/28/15 03:34:02 PM
#396453   I never even read the part about taxes dndodd 02/28/15 02:47:00 PM
#396452   dndodd/mickey: David you are right. Although mickey olddog967 02/28/15 02:42:38 PM
#396451   Taxes you forgot the taxes. -35% from your dndodd 02/28/15 02:16:24 PM
#396450   Share Buybacks - I found this article interesting LTE 02/28/15 01:48:56 PM
#396449   Fish Idcc should earn over a $1.00 this quarter. mickeybritt 02/28/15 01:05:57 PM