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post #41 of 46
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Oh, Google are the champions of de-facto standards...as long as they are free, & can benefit Google. Give Eric a call, & ask him for the rights to use Google's search algorithm in your search engine...for free (de-facto standard & all). Yeah, good luck with that.

Google promote "open" standards & technology, just so they don't have to pay a licence fee, while gathering the user data they sell to their clients.

​None of this is rocket science...& it is clearly hypocrisy.

 

And the products that actually generate Google profit are not open-source (ie. search). The only things that are is the stuff that they don't really give a shit about, but only acts as a trojan horse for their other revenue generating products. It's hilarious that people think that Google is pro-open source based on principle. They are not, and never have been. They use it for convenience when it suits their ends. 

post #42 of 46
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It's not only self-serving, it's communistic.

 

Looks like @GatorGuy is reading Atlas Shrugged 50 years too late...

post #43 of 46
Strangely it was Samsung tech that gave us the iPhone and iPod.
Samsungs fault was not 100% staying the slave. They still maintain the slave status with regards to low key selling their own chipsets elsewhere.

The mob hatred of Samsung, as Apple certainly intended, is good old fashioned protectionism at work.
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Strangely it was Samsung tech that gave us the iPhone and iPod.
Samsungs fault was not 100% staying the slave.

On the contrary, their fault was stealing. They are admitted thieves of intellectual property.
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Originally Posted by aBeliefSystem View Post

Strangely it was Samsung tech that gave us the iPhone and iPod.
Samsungs fault was not 100% staying the slave. They still maintain the slave status with regards to low key selling their own chipsets elsewhere.

The mob hatred of Samsung, as Apple certainly intended, is good old fashioned protectionism at work.

Protectionism or hatred of thievery?
post #46 of 46
Sheep rustlers are abound methinks.
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