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Nokia Looking for Dismissal of Apple Suit

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Slammer

Mar 14, 2010, 8:39 AM

Why these patents should be looked at.

The patent department should be investigated for flaws in granting any patent. Being a musician, I can bring up some examples:

George Harrison writes and patents a song "My Sweet Lord". Then gets sued years later for copying a "Patented" song by the Chifons called "He's So Fine".

John Lennon writes and Patents a song "Come Together" and then gets sued for using words and similar patented music by Chuck Barry's "You Can't Catch Me".

I am sure there are other numerous examples in every industry. However, the bottom line of my point is Apple tries to patent finger gesturing as a whole that many have done before. The patent department clearly overlooks the accomplishments of the others and issues patents to Apple that covers too broad ...
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I got a finger gesture for Apple...
bluecoyote

Mar 12, 2010, 3:08 PM

Nokia is a pathetic excuse for a phone company

Nokia's filing reads like a Keith Olbermann rant.

Grasping at straws much, Nokia?

"revisionist history, misleading characterizations, unsupported allegations and flawed and contradictory legal theories to turn these fruitless negotiations into a multi-count federal lawsuit."


Number of good Nokia phones nowadays: 0

Number of class leading Nokia smartphones produced in the past 4 years: 0 .

They're an irrelevant company. The sooner they die the better.
How did I know you'd say something like that?

Yes Blue, you say this everytime there is a post about Nokia and/or Apple. We get it. And Nokia is far from irrelevant. Head to Europe, you'll get a far different picture of the smartphone landscap...
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4yrs?!!!? More like *maybe* the past yr, as in 1.

Your forgetting about the N95! Fck'g awesome phone!!! I even use mine as a wifi hotspot! I love my N95.

But I will admit that Nokia does have a whole lotta catching up to do.
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bluecoyote said:
Nokia's filing reads like a Keith Olbermann rant.


Only to you, because you can't read big words apparently (like "characterizations").

bluecoyote said:
Grasping at straws much
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Your ignorance is mind numbing blue. Nokia is the largest mobile handset manufacturer in the WORLD. How you can claim they have no intellectual property rights versus the new to the mobile market Apple is beyond comprehension.

Granted, you may del...
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RockTripod

Mar 12, 2010, 3:10 PM

I hope they do

I am sick to death of seeing all these lawsuits. They are doing nothing but slowing innovation. At the same time that I understand Apple defending their patents, I also hate them for keeping any other company from using multi-touch capabilities. Maybe I'm reaching here, but if no other companies can use or enable mutli-touch, then we'll have the iPhone, and no other touch screen only devices. Which is crap.
I hate Apple, and I don't hide it. This is yet another reason why. For all their talk about making innovations, they can't stand whenever anyone else does. Find a way to license this tech out to other companies, please! I am sick of reading about 1 lawsuit after another. I look forward to how this company works after the reign...
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At least yet.

Their HTC suit is mostly about HTC copying touch screen gestures Apple pioneered.
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suing over patent infringement is how business is done. I agree that Apple is attempting to kill innovation in this way, but the real problem is the patent office. If you read the list of patents that Apple is suing both Nokia and HTC each one is so b...
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So if you created a new battery that gave 10 times more charge than current Li-ion by doing something so simple it makes people smack their forehead and say "Why didn't I think of that?". Meanwhile you spent your own money and time INVESTING into the ...
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justfinethanku

Mar 13, 2010, 12:47 PM

Patent this!

I don't care.

I want someone to develop a phone like this:

-1.5GHZ processor
-64gig internal memory
-memory slot for Micro SD
-4.2inch high-def AMOLED Capacitive touchscreen
-dual boot iPhone OS, Android OS and Palm OS
(with the ability to switch freely as needed)
-Full Slide out keyboard
-front facing camera
-10 megapixel camera
-unlocked for every carrier
-LTE, GSM, HSDPA+ 3G, edge, Wi-Fi
-pico projector enabled
-removable battery
-32 pin iPhone connector for all of the ipod accessories
-Touchstone wireless charging
-it has to say "JUSTFINETHANKU" on the back

call me when it's ready. I don't care about patents!!!
acculabs

Mar 13, 2010, 11:58 AM

Apple is a pathetic excuse for a company.

I have a finger gesture for them. Do you think they tried to patent that too?

I have an ipod touch but I assure you that is the last apple product I will ever buy.
justfinethanku

Mar 12, 2010, 7:39 PM

keeping to the point...

I hope this gets sorted out quickly. It sounds like both companies decided to shoot first and and questions later when it came to that whole copyright thing.

whatever....

everyone knows that Justfinethanku is the best person on these forums!!!

yaaaaay.
Well, I like you a lot better than some others on here. So, that's a start, right? But seriously, on a relevant note, articles like this start to make me wonder how out of touch patent laws are. Again, and I can't reiterate this enough, I thoroughl...
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flip mode

Mar 12, 2010, 4:38 PM

Hot Off The Press!!!

Syke Laughing

seriously though all these law suits are stupid and just need to stop. lets get back to business people.
 
 
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