RIM have working WIFI!!!!!
Surely RIM are not the first to have WIFI on a phone, indeed from the latest model of a friend I played with I could crash the phone into a full reset everytime, just scanning for wireless networks, let alone connecting and actualy using one.
Now if thats a patentable feature then, maybe they have a case. Beyond that I dont see a very large pot to liquid recyle in a happening. Indeed stuff like this might get the likes of IBM,Apple, Microsoft and indeed Nokia having a good look at there patents and MOTO's+RIM's usage and making this very messy indeed.
Now what RIM are countersuring over would probably be the MOTO Q phone, Which would be interesting given the fun and games they had over it in the past and at best RIM could claim monies from phones produced after there agreement expired, not retrospectivly.
Basicly MOTO and RIM need to get back to the table and sort this out as neither company will gain anything over a public toys out of pram fight. I suspect that if they do pursue this that it will only come back to bite both big-time.
Bottom line if you want to play the patent game, make sure your friendly and familiar with IBM in a good way or you might just awaken the beast.