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Pathetic. Just because you can jump through loop holes of another cruddy system does not mean it's right. rolleyes.gif
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Litigation is how Apple will compete with the cheaper and better Taiwanese, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese products.
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"Apple is the devil bobby" im sure she said this in the Waterboy
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This is so frustrating to watch. My Windows Mobile 6 phone highlighted stuff in text messages way before the iPhone even came out.
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Pathetic. Just because you can jump through loop holes of another cruddy system does not mean it's right. rolleyes.gif

Corporations are not individuals with moral codes. They are huge, multibillion dollar companies that have to answer to shareholders whose only care in the world is to generate more profit regardless of method as long as they do not get caught. They do not operate on what is right or wrong, but rather what is legal or not. A corporation is not a mom and pop's shops nor do they operate in that same level of competition. If it is not Apple, it would be another company. Throwing a hissy fit a one company won't do crap. That is like punishing a monkey for throwing things at you.
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This is so frustrating to watch. My Windows Mobile 6 phone highlighted stuff in text messages way before the iPhone even came out.

yep same here. my original HTC touch had these options. but i guess it is windows while android is the new kid.

but then why wouldnt microsoft sue for this instead of apple? oh yeah cause its apple

microsoft isnt as evil as apple
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It might be rather easy to kill this one due to the rather...overwhelming...evidence that hyperlinks are prior art.

From my own experience, the amount of time and ultimately money involved in determining prior art is ridiculous. At my place of work we've been nailed by patent trolls 3 times in the past 5 years for things so insanely simple and used everywhere that it just defies logic and common sense. For example having an image that is representative of "information" that in turn when clicked on takes you to that "information". You're site has a method of relating "information" in a hierarchical fashion (navigation)? Guess what, you are infringing on someones patent.

Unfortunately here they are talking about dynamically creating a hyperlink based upon the context of the data whether it be a phone number, email address, etc. This could be taken one step further (I'll admit that I haven't read the patent docs for this one) if the wording of the patent generically defines a mobile device. It sounds silly but it's the way it is unfortunately. It's not the judges' fault; they are just interpreting the information laid before them and the most binding piece of documentation they have is the actual patent filing.
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From my own experience, the amount of time and ultimately money involved in determining prior art is ridiculous. At my place of work we've been nailed by patent trolls 3 times in the past 5 years for things so insanely simple and used everywhere that it just defies logic and common sense. For example having an image that is representative of "information" that in turn when clicked on takes you to that "information". You're site has a method of relating "information" in a hierarchical fashion (navigation)? Guess what, you are infringing on someones patent.
Unfortunately here they are talking about dynamically creating a hyperlink based upon the context of the data whether it be a phone number, email address, etc. This could be taken one step further (I'll admit that I haven't read the patent docs for this one) if the wording of the patent generically defines a mobile device. It sounds silly but it's the way it is unfortunately. It's not the judges' fault; they are just interpreting the information laid before them and the most binding piece of documentation they have is the actual patent filing.

You are definitely correct that we cannot blame this on a judge either. What I blame is our government for not drawing up and putting on the floor reformed patent bills. What I blame is Obama, supposedly pro-technology and pro-transparency, continues to do nothing useful about it. What I blame is the patent office for approving design patents without the proper training or expertise. The company filing and protecting patents and the judges forced to decide based on the info presented.
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I found a listing of the patent earlier that I posted and the pertaining parts of the patent could refer to any computing device and not necessarily a mobile one
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Everyone craps on Apple but I bet most of you in this thread have an Apple product.
I have a fruitbowl with some apples in it, about as close as I've come.

And back on topic, I fear for the future of technology, much as innovation should be rewarded some of these recent patent suits do, to a layman such a myself, seem ridiculous.

When are google going to step in and defend their users?
Edited by tonyhague - 12/20/11 at 9:20am
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