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A broker talks on the phone in a trading room of a Portuguese bank in Lisbon, Thursday, July 10, 2014. Share prices on the Lisbon stock exchange fell more than 4 percent and Portugal's bond yields ticked higher amid growing concern about the health of one of the country's largest financial groups.
A broker talks on the phone in a trading room of a Portuguese bank in Lisbon, Thursday, July 10, 2014. Share prices on the Lisbon stock exchange fell more than 4 percent and Portugal's bond yields ticked higher amid growing concern about the health of one of the country's largest financial groups.
(FRANCISCO SECO/AP)

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CounterPath Corp., a developer of desktop, tablet and mobile voice-over-Internet-Protocal software products and solutions, announced that it has been awarded a patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office that protects its unique methods of authenticating a VoIP softphone application on a device via a GSM-based telephone network rather than via traditional username/password requirements. The patent strengthens the value of CounterPath's Operator Over the Top solution offerings and enables mobile operators to offer an improved seamless VoIP user experience for customers, the company said in a statement.