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RGRU
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re: After Apple win, Droids should feel afraid
RGRU   8/26/2012 5:20:39 PM
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It appears there were some errors made by the jury. This might get tossed... http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=2012082510525390

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re: After Apple win, Droids should feel afraid
rick merritt   8/26/2012 4:32:59 PM
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Yeah, go ahead and license, and I bet the price just went up significantly for that license. Don't expect a FRAND-ly deal

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rick merritt   8/26/2012 4:32:02 PM
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Yeah, M'softs less interesting platform might get a boost as a safer play now.

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re: After Apple win, Droids should feel afraid
resistion   8/26/2012 3:48:52 PM
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So wouldn't the obvious solution be to license the patents, get it over with?

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lcovey   8/26/2012 3:25:23 PM
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I'm wondering if this decision might not open a window fot Microsoft and Nokia (no pun intended) to replace infringing android products, as well as encourage developers to expand their work on the Windows Mobile platform.

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