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Google Takes Rockstar To Court Over Nortel Patents

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Jayshmay

Dec 26, 2013, 9:46 AM

I thought Rockstar is. . .

I thought Rockstar is an energy drink company???
they make overly hyped, low replay value video games.
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hepresearch

Dec 26, 2013, 12:37 PM
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Notice which Android OEM is conspicuously missing from the list of the oppressed...

Sony.

When Apple went to court against Samsung over patent infringement, they trotted out a Nokia Windows Phone as an example of a device that does not infringe on their patents, but they also trotted out... a Sony Android device... as an example of a non-infringing Android device. Yet, everyone else in Android is getting attacked as infringing on something somewhere, whether they are being attacked by Microsoft (HTC), by Apple (Samsung), or by Rockstar (almost everybody). Who gets a pass? Sony. Why?

Oh, wait! Sony IS A PART OF Rockstar! I have suspected for a couple of years now that a strategic game is being played here... that eventually Google will be targeted more directly, and that Android will be ripped from them and place...
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Is there anything specific to suggest that Sony is part of a plot? They very well could be (given the behavior of their corporate siblings), but Sony phones have always been at the lower end of US sales so it is also quite plausible that Apple and Mi...
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Doom Wolf

Dec 26, 2013, 10:51 AM

Google accuses Rockstar of being a patent troll.

That greedy Apple!
 
 
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