VoIP Inc. sues Google in NY Supreme Court.

Complaint alleges theft of trade secrets in conjunction with use of 'click to call.'

 By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Feb 15, 2011
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"NEW YORK — VoIP Inc. has sued Google Inc. alleging misappropriation of trade secrets involving “click to call” technology," reports The Toledo Blade.com.

"Google introduced “click to call,” which allows a person to place a telephone call over the Internet by clicking on a link in 2006, according to the complaint filed Monday in New York state Supreme Court in Manhattan," The Blade reports.

Follow the link below to read the full news brief:
VoIP sues Google over ‘click to call’

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