Last week we brought you news of the judge in the Blackberry/NTP ruling getting bored. Well, he's finally come to a decision, and it's looking bad for RIM, the Blackberry maker.
US District Judge James Spencer could now reissue an injunction that could shut down the Blackberry service in the US.

An injunction could be potentially disastrous for RIM, which derives 70% of its revenue from Blackberry sales in the US.

However, Judge Spencer has postponed any immediate action against RIM, leaving lawyers for both firms to sort out a hearing date.
[BBC News]