Blackberry appear this week it was suing Facebook over several common pieces of bulletin tech, several of which you use every day.

appear the smartphone aggregation is taking Facebook to court, claiming it holds the patent to specific pieces of common bulletin tech, which Facebook allegedly ripped off. It also says it has adjourned with Facebook over the tech for years.

Paul Grewal, Facebook’s deputy accepted counsel, responded to the accusation in a statement:

Blackberry’s suit sadly reflects the accepted state of its messaging business. Having alone its efforts to innovate, Blackberry is now attractive to tax the addition of others. We intend to fight.

Patent abuse aside, the list of Blackberry’s declared patents spans several accustomed bulletin staples. Here they are, beeline from the lawsuit:

  1. “A method of accouterment a notifications of unread letters on a wireless advice device, comprising: announcement at least one icon apropos to cyberbanking messaging … visually modifying at least one displayed icon apropos to cyberbanking messaging to accommodate a numeric appearance apery a count of the advantage of altered messaging correspondents for which one or more of the cyberbanking letters have been accustomed and remain unread.”  The red numbers on your app tiles which announce the number of unread messages.
  2. “Methods, systems, and computer programming articles … for silencing bulletin accoutrement [whereby] once a bulletin thread has been silenced, the user will no longer accept notifications of new letters added to the thread.” The adeptness to mute conversations.
  3. “A method of selecting a photo tag for a tagged photo, comprising: accouterment a tag entry field for entering a photo tag; in assurance upon a string entered by a user, announcement in a analogous tag list any tags from one or more called tag sources analogous the entered string.”  The box in Facebook tags that let you enter part of a person’s name and select their name from a list of autocompleted entries in order to tag them.
  4. “…display of timestamps in a messaging user interface that provides users with adapted banausic ambience for their communications after overtaking the user’s screen with accidental information”  timestamps that let you know when the letters were sent to you.
  5. “Enabling a game appliance on an cyberbanking device to advance a acquaintance list for an burning messaging appliance for arena games with contacts by anecdotic game play in the acquaintance list.” Inviting your accompany to play mobile games with you.

The other patents cover aegis and sending letters in batches, but the above five are the absorbing ones.

Since it looks like the two companies are set to scuffle, we’ll have to wait and see how their fight over messaging tech plays out and what, if any effect it’ll have on Facebook.

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