The US International Trade Commission (ITC) has reportedly found that Nokia hasn't infringed the patents that Apple claimed the Finnish phone giant had trodden all over. Or, rather, the evidence presented by Apple doesn't indicate infringement, an ITC insider said yesterday, Bloomberg reports. That's not to say Nokia didn't …
Rotten to the core...
Once again the rotten apple is exposed as corrupt and desperate to stop competition
How do you work that out then?
It doesn't say that in the article.
Sometimes you have to put 2+2 together ACoward
Well who else is suing a different competitor every month for patents that in this case weren't even infringed?
Who else is blocking out another business from their closed platform every other week? (flash/java etc)
apple is corrupt and trying to stop competition again, face facts troll
And while we're at it, i hope that class action suit in America gains speed and damages apple very badly
I think you should read more and stop jumping to conclusions.
If a patent has been granted then it is there to defend. The fact that someone else may have a similar patent is the fault of the patent office that granted the the patent.
And what's this blocking every other week? Flash blocked once - from iOS and that's it.
When was Java blocked? Read and see that it is not blocked - it's the stuff between the ears that appears to be blocked.
Why is Apple corrupt? I don't see any evidence in the article (even when putting 2+2 together) - or anywhere else for that matter.
And why the Troll?
Apple/Jobs' patents invalid? Impossible, they made sure every detail was copied precisely,
This is undoubtedly good news for all those companies accused of copying Apples and Jobs' patents (his name is often included) many of which are clearly prior art or simply copies of others work.
Unfortunately, unless otherwise ordered, Nokia has to pay it's lawyers fees.
Still, Jobs' has lost face, and exposed for the schill he is.
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