Originally Posted by cloudgazer
Not really. Consider a personal CD player.
We have a set of tracks on the CD, check.
We have a playlist but the CD player can't modify it or receive a new one.
we have buttons.
Originally Posted by physguy
Everything is obvious in hindsight. What they claimed was more than just playlists and syncing.
It was all of that, in 2001. IMO that is not blatantly obvious at the time. The obvious...
Where did this Monsanto crap come from lately? I have never heard of Monsanto until this week, and I still don't know what they are. But for some reason this is now the third or fourth time I have heard them referenced in an...
Originally Posted by redbarchetta
I agree, like much of Apple's portfolio.
Saying "much of Apple's portfolio" suggests a good portion, which I would disagree with. Obviously they come up with a ton of innovative...
Originally Posted by Nairb
"Furthermore, the verdict form instructed the jury to award damages only for the conduct the jury found to infringe. Consequently, the damages award issued by the jury on July 8, 2011, does not...
So they were fortunate enough for a court to agree with them about infringement, then decided to throw up another suit for a slightly different product? Seems like this should hinge on and be attached to the concept, not a specific...
Originally Posted by Mike Eggleston
I actually just found out it has been happening for a bit longer than that. Like for a couple of days now.
That kinda throws the whole...