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Ok, I stand corrected. Samsung is being the bully. I still think its stupid to go to court over it.
They are going to court over who has the thinnest smartphone? Really? We don't have better things to use the court system for? I'm sorry but this is petty, stupid and very frivolous. I'm disappointed in Apple. They are being a bully here and IMO should back the heck off and go back to making products.
Actually maybe you should read first. It's going to run Android 2.2, be heavily customized, and stripped of an android market. Epic fail!
What a bore! Another haphazardly thrown together piece of garbage with an outdated version of Android that wont even run Android apps. I cant believe Amazon thinks this is even remotely a good idea.
Everyone comes to that particular court in the Eastern district of Texas, because the judge there almost always rules in favor of the Plaintiff in patent cases. I think a company should be limited to their state when suing. That would get rid of most of this nonsense.
The majority of mac users usually lean a bit to the left so it stands to reason that the people on this board probably do as well:-)
I've never been hired by a poor person. In fact I am currently employed by a very generous wealthy man, and I hold no grudges against him. Nor do I constantly envy any of his wealth or property.
Didn't the Palm Pilot do this in the 90's? What about Windows Mobile? This seems a little strange to me.
OK, I usually don't like government sticking their nose where it doesn't freakin belong (like it always does), however... I will have to play the hypocrite and say that I hope to God the FTC actually does get this industry killing merger blocked. T-Mobile was the only cellphone company that believed in fair prices and the openness in the Android operating system. T-Mobile phones remain as some of the best and un-dicked with mobile phones in the industry. Also T-mobile...
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