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...ummmSection 1.4http://www.benedelman.org/docs/htc-mada.pdfSo anyway, you've been avoiding an answer to a question: What is Microsoft trying to hide and didn't you identify hiding the patent(s) supposedly infringed as a sign of a troll?
Doesn't seem like it sometimes.
There's a reason Verhoeven and Co represent nearly every Android licensee accused of infringement. Lawyers involved with the cases have long thought Google has an indemnity clause to support their Android partners.
LOL... Tell me I didn't call it. Take a look at the "white type" at the bottom of the post.http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/178754/google-agreed-to-pick-up-tab-for-some-samsung-legal-fees-take-on-liability-in-case-of-loss#post_2521009Anyway, what does paragraph 1.1 refer to? The entire agreement speaks to Google Android and the requisite Google applications running on it. In general the two are inseparable.
Yes you did.
Microsoft has never proven any patents that are infringed by Android have they? I don't believe they'll even discuss what they think might be infringed without first getting a signed NDA. What are they hiding? Sure sounds a bit trollish to issue threats but not identifying what's supposedly infringing. In fact I think that was one of your own "signs of a troll".Anyway, I thought you'd be happy to see that Google indemnifies it's licensees just as Microsoft does. A week ago...
Sorry. Sounded as tho you might know. I'm not aware of any monetary payouts yet but not saying there hasn't been one. As far as anyone playing a weasel game . . . If you'd rather not be bothered to find the answer or discuss it there's no need to make up an excuse. Just don't answer.
How much money was paid out?
Have they lost any money that should be recovered? I can't think of any right off but perhaps. I would imagine they've reimbursed any of them for legal costs connected with features Google baked into Android.
He made the same general "Apple may be over-reaching" patent damage claims months ago. That's not new either. And back when the comments were first made Apple didn't want anywhere near the $40/unit they're striving for now. But in any event the article I pointed you to was in his "everything Android bad, everything Google bad" days so it's safe for you to read.
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