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Why even bother with a patent? Apple seems to be fighting this only to point out how useless a patent really is. 3 years have passed. Any smaller company would have gone bankrupt by now.
Just a minor correction, Boeing and ViaSat are partnered to provide Broadband Satelite internet. Boeing is providing the satellite. Space X is providing the launch vehicle. ViaSat is providing the high speed technology and Satelite gateways. Here is a link: http://m.utsandiego.com/news/2015/mar/16/ViaSat-Boeing-OneWeb-satellite-Qualcomm/
Think about the dock as something like an Apple TV, and this doesn't sound to far fetched. We already can stream content from an iDevice to a large display through an Apple TV. We can also connect a keyboard to an iDevice. Why not re-invent what happens when an iDevice is hooked up together with a large display, Apple TV, keyboard, mouse, game controller, etc. This could be a minor expansion of what happens today or a radical conceptual mix of iOS and OSX.
Think about where the cash is.  This is a global economy. By doing this, Apple will lose money to taxes or have no money to function in the States: http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2011/02/22/why-apple-isnt-paying-a-dividend.aspx
@nagromme: my favorite Android app is all of them, that give out my name, location, and email address. /S
Of course, Google doesn't want everyone to know. This really pisses me off.
IMO, Apple should have made the iPad mini with a Phablet option (one more thing) and have it come out with a cool Bluetooth earpiece.  This would mean the iPad mini has a wifi, wifi + 4G data, and wifi + 4G data + voice.  Doing this would have better justified the iPad mini space better and would have been an easy way to test the Phablet market.  Everyone that loves the Phablet thinks that they can all still be bigger.  Once you are reserved to using a Bluetooth head set...
The is very close to Google admitting, that they copied Apple patents.
So funny when big companies whine. Nokia and RIM sound like a child who wants a new toy. When this all started, Nokia was accusing Apple of just trying to make money with Apple's nano-SIM standard. Of course, Nokia neglects to say that they want to make money, as well. Apple responds (calls Nokia on it) by saying then we will give our patents away for free if you give it away free. Nokia is now complaining that Apple is undermining them. Nokia, you can't have it...
We can call it, "AppleInsider Trading"!
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