These are the most recent forum messages posted by Mektah:
Didnt even know it existed.
I hope Microsoft just changes the name.
Re: Compared to what?
100 bucks say the person who made this report just happens to have stock in those 'other' companies.
Dude What planet do you live on?
I mean really. Where is it that they wave 90% of said overages? I must move there.
The second is to help lawmakers and regulators to put the necessary legislation and policy in place to protect both the players involved and the public. Lobbying to congressman to have the most beneficial laws for us. The third is to help educate consumers and retailers about the positive facets of payments made with mobile devices. Create mass marketing campaign to convince consumers to buy new phones with this capability and use it to make more profits for us and ...
Re: "they simply BUY everyone and then paste their name on top of it."
Are you blind? Look at the number of acquisitions both ATT and Verizon have made. I wish there was a report hat showed their increase in customers without acquisitions. Or for that matter the increase in network coverage.
Actually, Sprint has another person to blame. The government. Sprint acquired Nextel for two reasons. Their customer loyalty/customer service and for their network. However, in response to 9/11 the government essentially decided to TAKE the spectrum from Sprint with ZERO promise of replacement spectrum. When you pay that much into a company and then have the government step on your plans of course youre going to suffer. After than Sprint spent much of it's time trying ...
Re: Buying People?
Didn't you guys hear Romney's speech at the NAACP? Human capital is how we're gonna turn this country around.
I find it funny they decide to file suit against Samsung, but not against other companies that are using the exact same concept in their phones. I'd be more in their favor if they weren't picking and choosing only to block phones they see as a threat. If people are catching up then re-invent yourself instead of putting out the exact same phone for the last x years.
Re: For the most part
Finally. Someone says it. It's funny APPLE has the most resources out of all companies and yet it chooses the litigation to hinder competition. All this protect IP crap is bull as like with many companies a LOT of these patents they are fighting over were bought, NOT developed. Buying a patent or patenting something that existed as an idea before you actually developed it shouldn't get this type of injunction. Add to ...
Re: Here's why you're wrong.
If Samsung can prove they arrived on their decision using their own R&D, meaning their own customer/user resource to identify the best way of operating their systems, search the entire phone and prove that it is not one of the driving features for people buying the phone, which it isn't the case will likely be thrown out. Secondly, It's sad you can't see this as a stall tactic by Apple. Essentially, all they want to do ...
Re: Your logic is flawless!
You do know that Apple is trying to get injunctions against all of those right? And some people will buy those, some people will not. If you consider the Note and the SIII inferior to the Iphone or Nexus. If the Nexus becomes unavailable what do you think people are gonna buy. Here's something to consider. If what you say is true and people are just gonna buy another Samsung, why is Apple even bothering to ...
Re: Your logic is flawless!
Actually they would. There are several reasons. Let's say if Ford knows that the Mercedes is going to sell well. there are some people who are on the fence about buying either a Ford or a Mercedes or perhaps some other third party car. Let's say Dodge. Dodge is not a threat to Ford. Ford blocks Mercedes, now the people on the fence don't have Mercedes as an option, they buy Ford. Some ...
Re: Don't give them ideas.
Actually the problem is the lawyers. The thing about the law is that it has to be interpreted. So a good lawyer can argue that a law does or does not apply under certain circumstances.
Re: Apple seems like a spoiled brat
I concur with muchdrama. One of the patents Apple sued over was a common design patent. Basically a flat board with a mostly screen front surface. Something a 2 year old might have drawn and looks like EVERY tablet out there. That's not innovation. They weren't even the first to do it. And it doesn't account for how it gets done. If I design a program to complete an action, you shouldn't ...
Don't give them ideas.
Please don't give Apple any ideas. The common design patent they have is BS as well as the more recent patent they filed. Oh well it is what it is. This is like a race car driver throwing out oil or nails behind his car to slow down the competition. Don't worry though, the bad guy loses in the end.
Re: It must stink
-_-. Apple used to be a winning team. The focus is on used to be. If you haven't caught on yet, they are drowning. They have spent too much time relying on fanboys who worship them instead of pushing forward. If their incremental updates (hardware and software) hasn't alerted you to their inevitable downfall, then you'd probably have stayed on the Titanic as it was sinking as well. The reason they are suing isn't ...
Re: Ripping off designs vs. FRAND patents.
What you wrote was actually pretty biased. There term fair cannot be put into any direct quantity. Meaning, just because Apple thinks it's not fair does not mean that it isn't fair. There is a board that reviews such things, but again, what criteria does one use to determine fairness? Potential cost to the company, profit made by use of the patent. I think if anything Apple is hiding behind FRAND in many cases. If ...
Bye By stand alone GPS?
And just like that, stand alone GPS starts to die.
Re: Mango update for all Windows Phones!
What phone do you have?
The only way it would work...
... is if along with the merger AT&T were forced to create manufacturing plants that created all of the devices needed to upgrade to 4g services and had to pay for all of the ex T-mobile employeees to be retrained in another field and had to guarantee them jobs or unemployement benefits until they were able to get them.
How can you not see a problem with this? 1.) Consumer lose out. They will lose a variety of phones. HTC is primarily sold through T-Mobile. AT&t primarily beds with Apple although they have other devices, it's not likely they will focus on those at all. 2.) Price wise T-Mobile has pressured the others to lower their prices. With T-Mo out, there is no pressure. 3.)Jobs!!!!! Go to the mall. There are probably 2 T-mobile booths and ...
This ish is....
In cars versus walking.
I think this is a ploy to bring attention to the no cell while driving law. You could argue that since one is dangerous the other is just as dangerous. Or conversely if one is stupid the other is stupid. The problem is, if you're driving and wreck you could take not only your own life but other's around you. If you're walking and you're too busy to pay attention to the 2000lb+ vehicle headed your way. ...
Dell Y U No put 8 MP camera on Venue Pro?
Dear WP7, Where are you? I miss you. I am lonely, and there is so much android around me. How can you expect me to stay faithful. You can't even provide me with a decent phone on T-mobile service with a keyboard and functioning camera. The Dell Venue Pro is nice, but the funky upward slide isn't for me. Don't push me to android. ...
Re: Visio and Messaging Features
My guess is Verizon. ATT is Iphone centric, Tmobile is HTC centric, Sprint is well, Sprint. Although Tmobile started the whole Android thing, Verizon seems to have taken it to another level. This definitely looks like a droid phone. It sucks that phones aren't more cross network capable, I wish all the companies would just switch to the same network, it's fix coverage issue, then they would compete based on what they should compete for ...
Brett Farve should sue and say that this Android bug cause those sexts to go to the wrong number LMAO.
Re: Long Term HSPA Evolution isnt LTE?
Ummm, that is what backwards compatible means. It means the later technology is usable with the older hardware. Example, Xbox360 is backwards compatible with some old xbox games. So T-mobile could mean that old phones would be backwards compatible with the new LTEHSPA towers, OR they could mean that the new technology is compatible with the existing towers. I would think they mean the first option. The reason this is good, is because most T-mo ...
Re: Who cares about the damn tiles
Microsoft has already said that copy and paste is coming and it's already in the newer development kits. As far as multitasking. Microsoft is limitiing things so they can deal with issues that may come up one at a time. Even when you beta test things you don't always catch all the bugs. I'm glad Microsoft is changing things up. Hopefully the phone makers will put together hardware that works (Dell/HTC) I really ...
OMFG!!!! :-)... I had no idea about hte HTC7 PRO. I almost bought that P.O.S Dell Venue Pro with no Tmobile support. T-Mo is deep in bed with HTC so no doubt eventually they will get this phone. Score.
Re: WAIT!!!! HD7???!!!
HD7 you know as in windows phone 7.
WTF happened. We all hate microsoft, they stole open source software, copyrighted it and took over the world. You had to have it to live, and still do. They got greedy and figured hey, if we make software to go on as many phones as possible then we can make so much cash. Problem, how do you update softare with hundreds if not thousands of different phones and make sure it all goes right. ...
Re: 'Bing on WinMo'
Ya but free navigation is awesome, if only they added an option to pre-download routes to use offline.
Re: Microsoft trying to make a comeback
Microsoft needs a gamechanger, almost everything they are doing now is just to keep in the race. Itunes is what turned the corner for Apple, Google practically owning the search engine world is what's keeping Android afloat. Microsoft has the windows name brand which you can't get away from, but they still need something big to back their phones up. They also need to attract developers, a highly open source coding for windows seven would help tremendously.
Re: iPhone: Beaten! Next Challenge: Blackberry
He's got a point.
Re: Google is really undercutting...
Not really, for windows mobile there's already plenty of 'free' turn by turn gps solution, but it doesn't stop people from using Telenav.
Re: WoW Microsoft, thats big news.
*sniffs* I smell hater, name one phone that was perfect when it came out? :twisted:
Re: WiMax's track record
Sprint has made several mentions that it's dedicated to whatever works best for it's customers. It chose wimax because the technology is here now. However, a switch from Wimax to LTE requires very little hardware changes from Sprint's end. So not only do they have an advantage in getting their coverage ready 2+ years ahead, but they also will have flexibility to change if need be. Plus their new 4g evo phone is a beast.
Microsoft learned something from APPLE.
There are 2 things that Microsoft has seemingly learned and are implementing in Windows 7. 1. Market place. People don't like the Iphone for the Iphone, they like it because it works so well with Itunes. 2.Have a strict standard, how many phones run the Iphone OS...one the Iphone, so Apple doesn't have to spend wasted money tweaking its os for everything single phone model that wants to use it os. It only has to deal with one. ...
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