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Thread: Apple Files Lawsuit Against HTC For Infringing On 20 iPhone Patents

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    i agree, they are suing android because we are growing so quickly. and that explains why they dont sue palm, nobody (not really anyways) likes them, so they arent a problem
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    Well I heard that Apple is suing a T-shirt maker that prints Android shirts...apparently Apple made a similar shirt, with an Apple on it, that goes on by putting your head through a hole in the top and your arm through these things called "sleeves".

    Well, turns out that this is the same way that you put on the Apple shirt so they obviously claimed infringement due to similar process. Yeah, and Apple invented "sleeves" too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1linuxfreak View Post
    Well crap. I tried to read that but dont understand any of that lawyer talk and instead skimmed. So they want to cease production and get triple damages plus interest. Theyre going after, seemingly, the whole Android system. Meaning no more Android phones and they may just bankrupt the company. Wow.

    Yes, I think it is safe to say that they are indeed feeling the heat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NVash View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 1linuxfreak View Post
    Well crap. I tried to read that but dont understand any of that lawyer talk and instead skimmed. So they want to cease production and get triple damages plus interest. Theyre going after, seemingly, the whole Android system. Meaning no more Android phones and they may just bankrupt the company. Wow.

    Yes, I think it is safe to say that they are indeed feeling the heat.
    if you think Google will just sit back and do nothing while Android is obliterated...think again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krighton View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by NVash View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 1linuxfreak View Post
    Well crap. I tried to read that but dont understand any of that lawyer talk and instead skimmed. So they want to cease production and get triple damages plus interest. Theyre going after, seemingly, the whole Android system. Meaning no more Android phones and they may just bankrupt the company. Wow.

    Yes, I think it is safe to say that they are indeed feeling the heat.
    if you think Google will just sit back and do nothing while Android is obliterated...think again.

    im pretty sure Google is at the point where they have a few nuclear warheads at their disposal .

    that is unless apple already had a patent on a warhead

    im thinking the droid forums admins should remove the I Phone smiley before they sue you too!11!11

    guys, we should feel sorry for apple, they are only trying to make money. Meanwhile Google has dedicated a team of workers to help create a website to reunite families that were torn apart by earthquakes in both Haiti and Chile... but when it comes down to money, the devastated families can wait .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigg 27 View Post
    Well I heard that Apple is suing a T-shirt maker that prints Android shirts...apparently Apple made a similar shirt, with an Apple on it, that goes on by putting your head through a hole in the top and your arm through these things called "sleeves".

    Well, turns out that this is the same way that you put on the Apple shirt so they obviously claimed infringement due to similar process. Yeah, and Apple invented "sleeves" too...
    best post in the thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by krighton View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by NVash View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 1linuxfreak View Post
    Well crap. I tried to read that but dont understand any of that lawyer talk and instead skimmed. So they want to cease production and get triple damages plus interest. Theyre going after, seemingly, the whole Android system. Meaning no more Android phones and they may just bankrupt the company. Wow.

    Yes, I think it is safe to say that they are indeed feeling the heat.
    if you think Google will just sit back and do nothing while Android is obliterated...think again.
    Exactly. Google will get involved and back the largest maker of Android-based phones. Most of these claims by Apple and patents look like they could be easily overturned anyhow you look at it.
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    Much of patent law is, unfortunately, flooding the office with semi-obvious "inventions" that are designed to be sufficiently stated in complicated fashion for an examiner to grant a patent. Afterwards, second comers then will have the question of whether to do what is pretty obvious and have to defend their actions against an already decided upon issue.

    Remember the Amazon one click patent? It's called "querying a database" in laymens terms. It's what I would consider the obvious progress of technology not owned by anyone and not a brilliant business and technological method that needed "inventing." Lots of things are absurd. How about a variable rate windshield wiper? Does it need saying that sometimes you need a wiper to go faster and slower?
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    Its been awhile and I was just going through my subscribed threads. Any news on this?
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    All your patents are belong to us!
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