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IPCom's $2B Lawsuit Against Apple Dismissed

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Mar 5, 2014, 2:52 AM

Where's bluecoyote

I agree with slammer's sentiments below completely. But I do wonder why bluecoyote isn't on here espousing how Apple obviously infringed these patents and should have to pay through the nose as a result. I'm mean I'm sure the guy's an objective writer and all. And in keeping with his avid support of the patent system he should be condemning Apple right now.

Feb 28, 2014, 9:02 AM

Part of Research and Development.

The german court obviously rendered a viable ruling. No one should hold patents and never intend to use them with in a certain time frame.

However, part of research and development, is to research if an idea has already been patented. The patent department is already overloaded with technology patent applications on a daily basis. Myself, like others often claim we like our ideas and should patent it. But, we often never ask ourselves if it has actually been patented before. Big tech companies such Apple, Google, Microsoft etc, should be using the research part of this department to investigate its own ideas. This saves time and money that usually gets pushed onto the customer. Apple should have had the chance to purchase the patent from ...
How would the patent office know if it was for good reason or not?
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