February 6, 2006 4:29 PM PST
Firm pushes open-source BlackBerry alternative
The company joins a rapidly growing list of e-mail companies attempting to position themselves as an alternative to Research in Motion's BlackBerry software, which is staring down the barrel of an injunction in its patent dispute with NTP. Funambol v3 also can be used by wireless carriers to "push" e-mail directly to mobile devices as it is sent, rather than requiring users to log in to a central server to download their e-mail. It works with RIM's BlackBerry devices, Windows Mobile-based handhelds and phones that use specifications supported Open Mobile Alliance.
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