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Via files patent suits against Apple

9/23/2011 00:58 AM EDT
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ibm221
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re: Via files patent suits against Apple
ibm221   9/26/2011 1:38:13 AM
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keep on digging, I bet htc got some decent stuff there. It has been in smart phone bussiness far earlier than apple.

_hm
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_hm   9/25/2011 9:52:25 PM
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Via may loose the battle.

DrQuine
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DrQuine   9/25/2011 6:02:36 PM
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It looks like Via is digging deep into the system technology to find evidence of patent infringement by Apple. The functions enabled by these patents are a long way from the exceptional user experience that makes Apple top in their business.

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wilber_xbox   9/25/2011 1:23:19 PM
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interesting to read all the patent war related articles. Wondering whether lawyers have become more important that engineers in tech company.

elctrnx_lyf
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elctrnx_lyf   9/24/2011 11:27:45 AM
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looks like the htc team started reviewing all the patent portifolios. I wonder how patents of such technologies can be copied by apple.

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