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Apple and RIM Targeted by Patent Firm in Newest Lawsuit

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evrodude

Apr 12, 2012, 9:13 AM
great news! Very Happy
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T Bone

Apr 12, 2012, 12:48 PM
Not really, sounds like patent trolling to me...we really do need less of that nonsense.
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evrodude

Apr 12, 2012, 9:30 PM
What we need is for RIM to go back to its roots and make enterprise two-way communication/email devices and shatter their consumer market and for Apple to shut the **** up and stop suing everyone under the sun over the patents that Apple only dreams of having...
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HawkeyeOC

Apr 13, 2012, 11:52 PM
evrodude said:
What we need is for RIM to go back to its roots and make enterprise two-way communication/email devices and shatter their consumer market and for Apple to shut the **** up and stop suing everyone under the sun over the patents that Apple only dreams of having...


I disagree Very Happy
This site is full of people essentially in the consumer market saying hilarious things like RIM "needs to get back in the game" and "needs to step it up" and "nothing new has come out from RIM since 2005".

In other words what I am saying is that the consumer market thinks RIM stuck too much to its roots!

Lawsuits are part of the business. Everyone is caught up in it. Apple is on the receiving end of it with the ...
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evrodude

Apr 14, 2012, 9:05 AM
"In other words what I am saying is that the consumer market thinks RIM stuck too much to its roots!"

RIM should have never entered the consumer market. The consumer versions of Blackberry are nothing but garbage with most consumers replacing them for an Android or some other device.

"Even a bankrupt chinese company is going after them for the iPad name."

The name iPad is not an original Apple created name. The name iPad originally belonged to a device made by Fujitsu. It was a multifunction device used in retail industry for inventory checking, price verification and other functions. It was created in 2002 (years before Apple even conceived a tablet). In 2003, Fujitsu applied for the iPad trademark but discovered that the name alre...
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HawkeyeOC

Apr 14, 2012, 12:12 PM
evrodude said:
RIM should have never entered the consumer market. The consumer versions of Blackberry are nothing but garbage with most consumers replacing them for an Android or some other device.


The consumer market really found RIM. As people adopted smartphone and carriers pushed them because they can make a bundle off of them, Blackberries were already around. In the "early days" there really were not that many good choices. Their current OS is just a more refined and polished version of what they have had for years


evrodude said:
The name iPad is not an original Apple created name. The name iPad originally belonged to a device made by Fujitsu. It was a multifunction device us
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evrodude

Apr 14, 2012, 11:29 PM
And by stating the obvious, what exactly is your point here, aside from being a pro-business?
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HawkeyeOC

Apr 14, 2012, 11:46 PM
evrodude said:
And by stating the obvious, what exactly is your point here, aside from being a pro-business?


I forgot Laughing
What the heck was this thread about anyway?
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jallath

Apr 15, 2012, 6:54 PM
Seriously? Patents on scrolling, double tapping? That is like Nike patenting walking. How can the patent office any basic function like this be patented?
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evrodude

Apr 16, 2012, 10:41 AM
Because patent office is staffed by a bunch of retards...
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