Originally Posted by acslater017
Isn't that kind of like setting Alta Vista as your search engine?
Kinda sorta... But as an added bonus you are 99.999% more likely to get a virus or malware or some other communicable...
Originally Posted by GotWake
So funny...... So, let's take bets on who buys RIM because this company is going down. Just like skydiving, RIM feels like they are flying. In reality, they are plummeting to the earth at a 120...
Originally Posted by SpamSandwich
What about the Kodak patent trove that is now going on the auction block? They have numerous valuable digital photography patents.
Is it too early to call 2011 the start of the patent bubble?...
Originally Posted by ash471
Actually, the Kearns situation doesn't happen today because we now have a market for these types of patents. The patents get bought up and enforced by "non-practicing entities" (aka patent...
Originally Posted by AbsoluteDesignz
Just a question...honest one.
If you were a small time inventor, with a new invention that more than likely infringes on patents owned by a few big corporations who would you be more wary...
Originally Posted by Elian Gonzalez
Thousands and thousands of patents.
I wonder if the majority of them are as vaguely worded as the ones we've seen connected with lawsuits.
This is the huge giggle out of all...
Originally Posted by city
$2,192 per day rent seems low for 23,000 square feet. Whole Food or Trader Joe's might be interested at that price. It is about 50% larger, so it is more like twice what the restaurant was paying per...
Originally Posted by Prof. Peabody
If Lodsys simply plows forward with the cases anyway, Apple can't actually do anything about it because they aren't defendants. AFAICS their options are only to give money to the developers to...