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Every time I read a long article on Samsung, I get this overpowering urge to wash my hands.
  Samsung is pretty much immune to Korean law   http://www.engadget.com/2009/12/29/samsungs-former-chairman-pardoned-again/   So it's unlikely that such a ban would ever be on the table in the first place.
The secrecy at Apple must be wound up tighter than ever;  AI has to scrounge page hits by posting non-Apple reviews.  
Your efforts to protect Google's reputation are admirable, but the fact is that Google owns Motorola Motability and so it is in Google's power to have prevented this.The reason that FOSS Patents keeps making these Google reference is so that people don't forget who is behind this: Google.'Do no evil.'Mmmm.I'm afraid your 'one degree of separation' argument remains unconvincing.
  IT pundits would have a field day with any company which paid that much money to a bod who wasn't a senior vice president of SOMETHING.    Bob's getting ready to retire so his responsibilities are being scaled back. I'll be sorry to see him go, but he's certainly earned his pension.
Still not quite sure why it's Apple's fault that you haven't learned to buy low and sell high.The stock market isn't the place to put you money if you don't know what you're doing.
  If you don't work in education then you should.   Well said.
  The problem is that Amazon has driven other book sellers out of business. If you don't sell it through Amazon then were are you going to sell it?
Yup, that was quite a reach, even by AI standards. I'm surprised they didn't say Samsung was planning a smart watch.
If Google doesn't allow its own product at meetings then why should anyone else?http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/google-bans-glass-at-shareholder-meeting-8650084.html
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