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Yoshida in China: Fallout from Apple-Samsung lawsuit

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re: Yoshida in China: Fallout from Apple-Samsung lawsuit
wilber_xbox   8/28/2012 7:05:15 PM
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ZTE's windows mobile looks much better than its Android counterpart. I wonder what ZTE is doing right that it has surpassed other well known global brands.

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scanman   8/28/2012 5:21:08 PM
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I wonder how this would impact the emerging MIPS alliance with chinese mobile phone vendors in the Android phones. Will MIPS move to Windows 8 OS??

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Luis Sanchez   8/28/2012 4:09:35 PM
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That sounds interesting. This is perhaps the 2nd time I hear a good omen for Microsoft and its upcoming Windows 8 OS for mobile phones. Didn’t thought before that this patent’s fight between Apple and Samsung would benefit a 3rd and this being Microsoft. Your arguments seem to be accurate. Now US operators will want not to buy the Android phones which might infringe Apple’s patents. But, I think the lawsuit involved the physical design also right? So it’s not only Android based phones perhaps but any phone that look very iphone-ish. But after all this… is Microsoft free of sin? Is the Windows 8 OS free of patent infringement over the iPhone’s GUI?

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