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Nice. A big victory to all non Apple devices. thumb.gif
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Faith in humanity slowly coming back. thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by PostalTwinkie View Post

Normally I would comment on how you are obviously uneducated, incapable of rational thought, and only attack others for your own personal enjoyment. However, in this case it doesn't appear I need to do that, as the others have utterly discredited what you have said already. You are excused from this thread, and frankly, I would suggest you leave the forum as a whole. You aren't going to be capable of contributing anything worthwhile to the community, that is more than obvious.
I wish you the best in life, hopefully you obtain something of an education, and the ability to interact with other humans in the future.
This is essentially the point I am getting at, there is a level were the ROI flattens out and even can become detrimental.
Using the oil industry as an example; One of the major expenses for the average American is their monthly cost of fuel. There are very few of us that do not have to account for it. With fuel hovering around ~$3.50 a gallon, and the oil industry turning record profits, were those profits truly worth it, when looking at the nation as a whole? Using the above numbers as purely an example, how much better would people have been off if the industry turned a 10 billion per quarter profit, instead of 16, but the average Joe only had to pay $2.25 a gallon for fuel?
I know that for many people that $1.25 per gallon difference would translate to a $100 or $200 a month in savings, which could have gone towards other expenses, or even back into the economy via shopping. A $1.25 per gallon less on fuel would translate into thousands in savings for my company, which I would then be able to turn back into the company and the employees. It could go to network upgrades, expansion, employee pay raises and bonuses, etc.
I will say it again, there becomes a point when profits simply aren't worth it in the long run, and with the exception of a very select few at the top, are detrimental to the rest.

For someone criticizing another for being uneducated, why don't you tell everyone your educational background in economics and law? I'll hazard a guess you don't have much, because you fail to understand even the most superficial problems with your "solution."

First, you assume that the extra 6 billion in profits goes straight into the pockets of the "very select few at the top" and give away your ignorance to the corporate form. Those profits belong to the shareholders of the corporation, and the board of directors has a fiduciary duty to allocate the profits in the best interest of the shareholders, whether through distributions of dividends, reinvestment, or otherwise. These shareholders include ALL TYPES of investors - government municipalities, individuals, mutual funds, etc.

Pretending that your ignorance of the corporate form is actually an educated dissent of its legality, your proposed "solution" is laughable. Who is to determine how much is "too much" profit, and how the extra should be allocated? Do you think corporations will just roll over and take this? Of course they won't. They'll modify their behavior to minimize the negative impact of such ridiculous power grabs on their shareholders.

The corporate form has proven over the last 500 years to be the most efficient method in human history of channeling capital to those who can utilize it most efficiently. No other business form has done more for improving the standard of living of humanity, specifically by DRIVING DOWN COSTS.

Before you attack someone for being uneducated, you should consider your own ignorance on the subject and determine whether you're qualified to make such ridiculous statements.
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And I'll also add this: the standard for being awarded a patent in the United States is not very high. The vast majority of patents have no value whatsoever, and many are invalid.

A patent's validity can only be challenged if the patent holder sues an alleged infringer, and that alleged infringer raises the DEFENSE of "patent invalidity." This is the most efficient method of handling patents, because it prevents the USPTO from doing an exhaustive analysis on a patent that will never be the subject of an infringement suit.
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[PhoneArena] Samsung sues Apple in Korea over Apple iPhone Notification Center

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When Apple launched a Notification Center in iOS 5, the feeling was that it was just a matter of time before Google took Apple to court. Well, as it turns out, it isn't Google but is Samsung that is finally taking Apple to court over the feature. Samsung, based in Korea, has the home court advantage with its filing in the country. Unlike some of the other patents being defended in courtroom battles globally, this would not appear to be a standards-essential patent which means that Sammy could be in for a big pay day.

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Can't say I'm surprised. I remember showing my mrs when I got my android phone how much I loved the notifications drop down, then a month later it was released on her iPhone mad.gif
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i thought there was a truce?? also how can samsung sue apple for a google i assume patent?

i guess payback for the US fiasco?
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is samsung a patent holder of android notification? isn't that developed by google?
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apple is going down yeaaaaaaa
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They should stop play sue. This becoming a trend between big companies already.
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