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IPhone 5 expected to spur smartphone rebound

9/11/2012 07:18 PM EDT
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eewiz
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eewiz   9/13/2012 4:41:51 AM
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Haha as always. Seen this many times :)

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goafrit   9/12/2012 7:35:42 PM
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HTC is now history. I think they are gone. This business is between Apple and Samsung.

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goafrit   9/12/2012 7:34:44 PM
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I wish I can find Apple violating my patent - that is my prayer for the Iphone 5

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selinz   9/12/2012 6:07:02 PM
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I was amused to hear a coworker complain about the ugly bezel, the ugly back, the black bars on the top and bottom, the lack of memory upgrade, and the need to buy new docks. The final complaint was "when will I be able to preorder." lol

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marcopol   9/12/2012 6:40:50 AM
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Any news about a new patent battle, regarding LTE patents from Samsung and HTC?

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