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The patent is a reward for inventing. Selling products has nothing to do with inventing. The right of a patent is always granted to the inventor, not a seller. This is true whether you are Google or a small inventor. The engineers at Google that invent don't sell and the people that sell don't invent (usually). Why should the inventor's at Google get special treatment because there is a marketing department down the hall that sells their products? At the end of the...
Exactly! It isn't a big concern. However, patents is what drives our economy. The ability to obtain patents creates a continual threat to big companies like Google which makes them invent and prevents them from sitting on their laurels and using their market power and wealth to stifle competition. It amazes me how much people defend big companies as though they are poor souls getting pestered by patent owners. I've worked for and with big companies in regards to...
The first man doesn't sue for being "better than him". He sues for being the "inventor" and the first in time to disclose the invention to the public and apply for a patent. Google should have invented this first or not included the technology in their software or they should take it out. No one is forcing them to infringe the patent. Pay up or take it out.
If you don't like patents, go live somewhere that doesn't have a patent law, like Iran or Iraq. There is nothing wrong with an inventor exercising his or her rights to a patent. What's the point of giving an inventor a patent if they can't sue an infringer? The whole point of the patent system is that the first person to invent gets to "tax" or "exclude" anyone else. There is nothing preventing Google and Apple from stopping their infringing activities. The patent is...
This is fantastic. It is going to make the PC/anti-virus software paradigm look absolutely ridiculous. This is the security we need to justify using Macs in the corporate world. My IT department won't support Macs and they tell me I can't support myself because it is a security risk. If my computer is set to only install signed software, the problem is solved.
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Apple doesn't build hardware that goes to waste. The next iPad will have as much speed and as much ram as possible while maximizing battery life and minimizing cost. The calculation is complicated, but Apple is very good at it. It is utter nonsense for ya'll to look at one factor (the number of cores) in isolation. This thread is futile.
LOL regarding the "won't go to 11". What was the name that show? I need to watch it again.
Twitter doesn't seem like the right platform for a quality social network. Social networks need to be centered around more than "tweets". Does anyone else think Apple should start a social network? Apple is really pushing advancements in cameras on the iPhone. I think the camera and iCloud could form the structural basis for a social network. I think Apple could get a lot of people to join a social network if they focused on keeping social network data private and...
And the sooner the better. There is absolutely no reason why a developer shouldn't be required to pass basic credentials before he or she sells or gives me software. At a minimum I want Apple to know who they are and make them agree not to put malicious software on my computer. Or at least I should have the option to select such a standard for my computer.
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