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Do you know how much Apple paid Nokia? Where did you get your kown information anyway...We don't know which patents they agreed to or what value Nokia ultimately gave Apple for their patents. People seeing this as a win or Nokia are high. They likely would have made more money if they just let Apple pay standard fees in the beginning.
The amount companies pay for GSM is fixed. Nokia demanded access to several Apple patents instead of money. Apple valued those patents a lot more then Nokia did. I believe Apple has been trying to pay the appropriate fee all along. There have been 1000s of stories on this topic. A lot of the information comes from legal fillings.Fixed royalties on GSM patents is not something "Apple Said"' it just is.
You can't really sue someone for making a prototype that has never been seen publicly. You also can't ask the courts to expedite your industrial espionage. Samsung's request is absurd. Every piece of hardware Apple has publicly announced is available in the Apple store...
It is not a rule, it is also not crazy. It is reality for their competitors. Samsungs market share advantage does not translate to more leverage from suppliers because they make 10x the number of different smart phones than Apple does. They have a wide variety of configurations and I doubt there is any particular part they buy more of then Apple.
Since Apple has a very limited product line using similar or identical components, they're leverage with suppliers far exceeds anyone else. Marketshare from a diverse collection of products does not help supplier leverage anywhere near as much.
I agree their methods are likely flawed, but they do state it as representing attendees and not the community as a whole.
Depends how the sample was select, but it is likely off. (Mostly because PJ is nor known for its rigorous methodolgy) Keep in mind that they can get a fairly accurate view on 60 million voters with a sample size of 1-2k.
Xcerion was also very well publicized (if this iCloud Communications had googled itself at all in the past 4 years, they would have seen (literally) thousands of tech articles about iCloud. Apple purchased the rights to a properly registered and widely used mark. The folks at tiCloud communications have no leg to stand on.
Apple Registered in 12 industries on 6/1 (in addition to the original registration in two markets which it appears apple now owns). These clowns should give up their frivolous suit and go oppose the registration for telecommunications or they will find themselves hunting for a new company name.
The previous owner was a pretty well funded and publicized startup. Perhaps these iCloud Communications folks don't realize that Apple also bought the Trademark from the previous owner that had a lot more brand recognition with it then these clowns.
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