Apple has not ridden roughshod over 3S Graphics' intellectual property rights, the US International Trade Commission (ITC) has decided. S3, a company owned by Taiwan's VIA that designs graphics chips, complained to the ITC in May 2010, claiming Apple's iDevices and Macs make use of technology it owns - and do so without its …
Imagine that, the US find Apple innocent of patent infringement.
Seems like protectionism to me.
It does strike me somewhat like Apple are starting to reap the rewards of underhanded business practice. Act like the bully boy and one day someone turns around and body slams your ass!
Why am I not surprised?
Why am I not surprised? A non-US company loses a patent lawsuit with a US company in a US court. Do I detect bias here?
A US trade body thinks that a major US company did not infringe on a foreign company's work. Is that a surprise?
Nokia and Apple settle there case in a licensing deal this year.
Nokia and Apple settle THEIR case in a licensing deal this year.
there = place: "over there"
their = belong: "it is their car"
they're = they are: "They're playing golf"
It's not fucking hard.
Wow, how OTT homosexual was that response??
Chill man! It's not f king important.
Apple does not nick stuff
Funny how the ITC is always on the side of the home teams.
It seems they forgot
that Apple can't be done for infringing anyone's patents because it has the patent on patenting things, and therefore has the sole right to sue other businesses for patent infringement.
So, one can go to the ITC and if one doesn't get a ruling to one's liking then head to patent court?
Another one bites the dust!
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