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Vonage Finally in the Legal Clear

In a settlement that marks the end of Internet phone company Vonage's legal troubles for the time being, the company announced in a press release yesterday that it had agreed in principle to end the... More...

Vonage Settles AT&T Suit

Internet phone-company Vonage has settled the last of its patent disputes which have drained much-needed money from the company. In a press release yesterday, Vonage stated simply: "Vonage and AT&T have entered into a definitive... More...

Vonage Settles Verizon Patent Suit

With the recent security issues and patent infringement suit with AT&T, internet phone company Vonage needs all the good news it can get. The company announced today that it has settled a patent lawsuit brought... More...

Vonage Users Vulnerable to Exploits

According to a report released today by VoIP security firm Sipera Systems, Internet phone service company Vonage may be vulnerable to attacks by hackers through a variety of different means including eavesdropping, spam, spoofing and... More...

Vonage Hit With AT&T Lawsuit

Just when beleaguered internet telephone company Vonage Holdings Corp. seemed to be off the hook, having resolved the nasty little tiff with Sprint several weeks earlier for a cool $80 million, disaster (probably too melodramatic... More...

Vonage Ordered to Pay $69.5M to Sprint

Internet telephone company Vonage Holdings Corp. may be in big trouble after being ordered in federal court Tuesday to pay Sprint Nextel $69.5 million in damages for infringing on six telecommunications patents owned by Sprint... More...

Vonage files to vacate patent ruling

Internet based phone company Vonage has asked the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington D.C. to vacate and remand a U.S. District Court's judgement and injunction against it in a patent dispute with Verizon. In... More...

Vonage admits it has no workaround

Vonage has acknowledged it has no workaround for technology that was found to infringe Verizon Communications patents and does not know if one is feasible. Vonage has said it was developing workarounds, or other ways... More...

Judge puts halt on new Vonage customers

A federal judge has ordered Vonage not to accept any new customers while it continues to infringe on Verizon Communications patents covering some aspects of Internet phone calls. U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton said it... More...

Vonage Awarded Two-Week Sigh of Relief

U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton has slapped Internet telephone provider Vonage with a permanent injunction against using Verizon technology in its VoIP service, but delayed the actual enforcement of the injunction for two weeks. Holmdel,... More...

Verizon ruling could be hard on Vonage

On Thursday a jury decided that Vonage infringed on three of Verizon's patents regarding commercial VoIP services technology and ordered Vonage to pay $58 million in damages and a 5.5% royalty rate on future sales.... More...

Vonage experiencing problems

Vonage users are experiencing no dialtone or only outgoing call availability. The network availability numbers, which handle calls when the Vonage device is unavaible, are not working either. Voice mail, simul-ring and call forwarding... More...

Vonage releases Wi-Fi VOIP phone

After teasing us with pictures andbrief descriptions earlier this year, Vonage has released its Wi-FiVOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) phone. Looking much like a cell phone, theUTStarcom F1000 Wi-Fi phone is a pocket sized VOIP... More...

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