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seaEE   8/16/2012 1:50:22 AM
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A wireless 3D printer that manufacturers whatever you search for on the McDonalds menu? Hmmm....

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selinz   8/16/2012 12:11:01 AM
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Google Mkt cap 230B, mickie D's 89B. You got it reversed... Don't think Google would consider McDonalds consistent with their company image.

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Dean112   11/18/2011 3:58:39 PM
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Should buy Google that is**

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Dean112   11/18/2011 3:58:07 PM
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I think McDonalds should Google and we can all get free Big Macs with every phone thats got Android on it. Whos in?!

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pixies   8/18/2011 8:32:33 PM
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I think Google is aiming for the IP and talents, not the actual brands.

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green_is_now   8/17/2011 4:04:17 PM
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assume the patents cost 30% premuim Synergy has to produce another 26% to make this worth it. + the abbility to raise hammers to apples capacitive touch patents (better than gold!)

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green_is_now   8/17/2011 4:01:36 PM
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Patents are corperate hammers. The one with the most hammers wins.

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VictorT   8/17/2011 10:12:24 AM
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does it have any impact on arm-intel war?

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selinz   8/16/2011 3:29:17 PM
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Moto wins, Google wins, and I believe that the consumer wins. Now if Google can use some of their clout to revive some US Moto factories... OK, that's wishful thinking..

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goafrit   8/16/2011 1:51:29 AM
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It is bad because Google is now the judge and plaintiff but it is also good because Android is saved from lawyers

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