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I remember when once upon a time I respected Apple for the fight they put up against Microsoft after everything that happened there. Look at you now Apple, look... at... you... now
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I like the part where some people are taking sides. Why are you taking the side of a corporation?
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So? It's not legal. Saying that you wont buy a product because you can't do something illegal and unintended with it is ridiculous.

I also own two PCs, a Windows laptop and more Android devices than you do. As MRLime puts it, I buy products based on what I like the most, I have no bias towards companies.

I never said that. But some of us grow out of that phase and actually put money back into the industry.
Ever think outside of "piracy box"? You can't share a free legal tune or a recording of you singing either. You cannot even set a silent audio file as a ringtone for unwanted callers without tinkering with iTunes and aac conversion bull (not to mention Android has root call blocker). And I was also surprised that iPhone still has no auto-update for apps. Yeah, after six years on the market.
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post #104 of 187
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This thread is hilarious. I posted the Samsung suing LG because LG claimed to have the biggest fridge. Samsung wanted something insane like $50 million USD for "damages". When I posted it - no outrage. Hardly anyone posted.

Apple gets posted - everyone's panties are in a knot.

The double standard here is far too insane. People hating on Apple because they are Apple is a niche people fill - just like the silly Apple fanboys who purchase everything from them. Basically, you guys blindly hating on Apple are just as bad as the people who blindly support Apple.

The amount of idiocy in this thread is too damn high.

IKR, i mean hey there are over 10 suits from Samsung to LG on and other issues with refrigerators right? rolleyes.gif

and hey everybody follows every single post on overclock.net right? rolleyes.gif

I am pretty sure the same posters here are the same on every single apple thread right? rolleyes.gif
Edited by Flamous - 5/23/13 at 12:30pm
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post #105 of 187
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I am pretty sure the same posters here are the same on every single apple thread right? rolleyes.gif

Basically the same people hating and the same people using logic. It's overclock.net's news section, not much changes round these parts. As the saying goes " Same S---, Different Day. "
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Basically the same people hating and the same people using logic. It's overclock.net's news section, not much changes round these parts. As the saying goes " Same S---, Different Day. "

Assumptions are never good. I haven't posted in over 2 years. Idk where i got it there's a saying, "never make an assumption..... you will be an A__, and the tion will ump you."
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Assumptions are never good. I haven't posted in over 2 years. Idk where i got it there's a saying, "never make an assumption..... you will be an A__, and the tion will ump you."

It wasn't an assumption, it's fact. And you being here is why that little keyword "basically" was put there. I can name fingers and point names to each poster here and where they normally fall then point you to every single thread and you'll see that the majority of the time it's exactly the same people arguing back and forth. You haven't posted here in 2 years, yet here you are and now have a place amongst the rest of us and I guarantee if you continue to post in the same type of threads, then it'll be the same repetitive crap that everyone else here has posted a thousand times before.

Don't take every post negative or personal like it seems you have been either. That's never good.

Stay around a bit longer, you'll soon come to realise it's basically always the same people here in these threads.
post #108 of 187
This issue lies with the patent office. Apple has made it clear that they will exploit any flaws in the system for their benefit. Heres to hoping that going forward, the US patent office starts to actually think before awarding patents for extremely vague things.
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my optimus pro has that exact same google button lol notice how there not going after them............

LOL And one day google will run the world. Just saying.
Edited by solar0987 - 5/23/13 at 8:24pm
post #110 of 187
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I have to disagree. What if the competitors"borrowed" trade secrets and were able to replicate the tech?

Here's what often happen instead:

Situation 1:

1. BusRAM develops a new memory system that makes Flash, DRAM, SDRAM, and HDDs obsolete.

2. BusRAM goes under, and sells it to Rambus. Other companies such as IBM start to figure out how to replicate the technology.

3. Rambus sits on the patent for a decade without bothering to do anything with it, then sues everyone once the memory system is a commonly accepted standard.


Situation 2:

1. A company buys up millions of patents.

2. Then such company indirectly warns competitors to watch what they develop, since any products can potentially violate one of their patents.

3. The patent-holding company then does what it wants, with the competition knee-caped.


Situation 3:

1. I patent the concept of launching projectiles using explosives, even though prior arts existed at least hundreds of years ago.

2. I sue companies like Winchester and General Dynamics (the company that designed the M1-Abram tank) for violating the patent.


Situation 4:

1. I patent the concept of purely optical computers.

2. I then sue anyone that tries to market such computer.

Counterpoints:

1. Irrelevant example. I clearly stated once a technology is commonly accepted as superior to others on the market, in other words, it becomes standard, the patent is revoked. I also clearly stated there would be no lawsuits, and instead there would be a investigation/fine system.

2. Again, irrelevant, as patents for non-existant things are not granted, and again, "indirectly warning" companies of what? The patent office would investigate accusations of theft, and obviously, if the company came up with the idea on their own, because your mystery company that holds all of the patents didn't release a product, they would come out in favor of the copier. If your mystery company did release a product, then it would be a standard already and the patent would have been revoked. If the company still holds the patent AND released a product, then the other company would be fined, and should be, for releasing a stupid product.

3. You can't patent technologies that are already standards. If you don't believe me go try and patent the wheel. And its Abrams, not Abram. And again, I clearly stated there would be no lawsuits allowed, it would be an investigation and fine.

4. You can't patent something that doesn't exist, and a purely optical computer can't exist. And ONCE AGAIN, no lawsuits.
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