Motorola Files Patent Suit to Ban Apple Devices in U.S.; Reaches Licensing Deal in Germany

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Device Unknown

First Google now Moto going after Apple... BOOYAH BABY!

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h e x e n

From what I understand about this whole mess, is that apple and Samsung worked together on several projects including software suites and design elements.

Supposedly, apple paid for the license to use the Samsung created content, but Samsung didn't do the same for apple. They used apples work in their tablest and phones without paying the royalty fee for doing so.

Interestingly enough, in China, this claim is flip flopped. It is reported that apple never paid Samsung its royalty fee's for using their work.

Needless to say, from what I have read and heard, is that this is not just a simple case of "look and feel" but in fact deals with a lot of under the hood software elements that both companies worked on together.

That being said, apple still needs to get lost. They still retain asshole status in my book for ripping off their "ground breaking" innovation from other peoples creativity. Their walled garden of hardware and software strips choice away from the consumer and enforces people who know nothing about computers to remain ignorant and hooked to the inflated price crypt that is the apple store.

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alt789

my roomate's aunt makes $83/hr on the laptop. She has been without work for 8 months but last month her pay was $8682 just working on the laptop for a few hours. Read more on this site...NuttyRichdotcom

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miked6875

GO GITEM.

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SPreston2001

Screw Apple!! I hope Moto sticks it to em and has all that iCrap pulled from shelves!!!

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don2041

Whats worse than finding a worm in your apple? Half a worm in your apple.

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Exarkun1138

Give 'em Hell, Moto!!!

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EKRboi

GO MOTO GO!

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I Like Turtles

I didn't know Moto was a fruit.

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keyzs

NICE!!!!

its time for the rotten fruit to bleed!!!!

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