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US jury orders smartphone maker Samsung to pay Apple $119.6 million
SAN JOSE, California (Reuters) - A U.S. jury on Friday ordered Samsung Electronics Co Ltd to pay $119.6 million to Apple Inc, a big loss for the iPhone maker in the latest round of their globe-spanning mobile patent litigation. During the month-long trial in a...
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Comment: Good news!!! (Score 0) 146

by bobthesungeek76036 (#46847773) Attached to: Texas Family Awarded $2.9 Million In Fracking Lawsuit
I have eight (8) fracked gas wells less than 300ft from my house. I get nose bleeds all the time. I’m going to sue the hell out of the bastards!!! (nevermind my nose bleeds are due to allergies did I say that outloud???)

I don’t know how many of y’all have been to Texas but the wind is blowing constantly. Any emissions from these wells are well down the highway seconds after being released. The thought that they will linger enough to cause these health issues is ridiculous. More likely they are being affected by the dust kicked up by all the water trucks that come in and out taking away the water overflow from these wells. Instead of sueing the well owners in a 2-mile radius they need to go after the well owners 20-miles upwind...

The award will not survive appeal.

Comment: Re:Oracle burning bridges (Score 2) 163

Oracle should accept some losses and quietly make an amiable-as-possible exit. Why air dirty laundry about clients? Even if the State is partly to blame, being a loud asshole makes you less likely to get future gov't contracts.

You have no idea the level of arrogance that exists at Oracle...

Comment: Re:How did this go to trial? (Score 5, Informative) 236

by bobthesungeek76036 (#46426623) Attached to: Drone Pilot Wins Case Against FAA

1. Guy flies radio-controlled model plane. 2. ? 3. Guy is in court.

What happened a step 2?

From TFA: ...Pirker operated the aircraft within about 50 feet of numerous individuals, about 20 feet of a crowded street, and within approximately 100 feet of an active heliport at UVA, the FAA alleged. One person had to take "evasive measures" to avoid being struck by the aircraft, the agency said...

My guess is one of the "numerous individuals" whined to the Police/F.A.A.

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