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Posts by EricTheHalfBee

 No, they are trolls (esp GG). If we are to use their logic, than guilt is yes/no, black/white. Therefore it doesn't matter if a poster is saying nothing but "Apple sucks balls" or is constructing arguments to explain why Apple isn't perfect. There are worse trolls than the idiots who post nothing but garbage for a day or two until they get banned. They are the ones who are trolling, but are very careful not to say anything obnoxious or insult people and try to explain...
Funny when all the trolls come out from under the bridge. Even funnier to see them agreeing with and supporting each other, as if it adds any weight to their pathetic arguments.
 People (and trolls/haters) like you tend to ignore penalties and try to convert this to a black and white affair as if all companies who do something wrong are all equal. They aren't. If you commit a crime you could get a weekend in jail or 50 years in prison. Depends on the severity of that crime. Samsung has to pay 757 times as much as Apple does. Clearly Apples patents are far more valuable and/or Samsung was the bigger thief.  Reading Foss over the last few weeks it's...
So maybe a verdict today? Wasn't the last verdict on a Friday? Nothing like spoiling he weekend for a whole bunch of haters/trolls/losers.
Yeah, that anti-competitive agreement.Perhaps MS should make it so that any OEM that ships a PC with Windows 8 is prevented from making PC's that also ship with Win 7. This is the closest analogy available, and shows how stupid Googles agreement is. Google is essentially preventing companies from selling two lines of devices - one with Google Android and one with AOSP.Why should Google care if Acer sells Google devices that are 100% compliant (compatible) and ALSO makes...
What business does Google have performing compatibility testing on AOSP? Or Aliyun? There's no Google services installed nor access to Google Play.
Lame. Health is interesting, but it's not worth an entire announcement event all on its own.
 I read them all. As I'm sure you did, but as usual for a troll you carefully chose which parts to talk about and which parts to omit. Apple specifically brought up Rubin in the ITC hearing. As Foss points out: "But Apple now asserts -- in a filing with the ITC, which means Apple has a legal obligation to make truthful representations of fact". While it's true Apple didn't specifically list what they know about Rubin, they're still putting their neck on the line. Apple...
Apple could have brought numerous things up at trial or when questioning witnesses. But since it never got that far, we don't know what other details pertain to Rubin. What we do know is this:- Patent trials are very expensive and require a large investment in time and money.- Patent trials are limited in scope to a small number of patents, and so companies suing will carefully choose which patents they want to use.Apple brought up this patent against HTC. Apparently Apple...
How do you know where Rubin actually worked?"In reality, as the evidence revealed at the hearing, Mr. Rubin began his career at Apple in the early 1990s and worked as a low-level engineer specifically reporting to the inventors of the '263 [realtime API] patent at the exact time their invention was being conceived and developed."That quote is from Apples lawyers. I don't know where Rubin worked, but Apple is making some specific claims about who Rubin worked with and at...
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