How dare you try to bring facts to a wonderful fandroid rant?! I'm starting to think all these are paid shills. There can't be that many drooling idiots out there spouting all these nonsense...
Wow. The android fanbois sure get their feelings hurt easily.
That would be the Samsung S4.
Wow. Amazing. A post with facts gets modded down, and a post with opinions that do not correspond with reality gets modded +5 informative.
You should really just go talk to a patent attorney about your concept of FRAND and how these things work. Or take a legal class. Plenty of free ones around. Or heck, buy a legal text book on contracts and FRAND.
While I'm not an attorney, I do work with plenty of them, and your version of how things work do not reflect reality.
Interesting bit: I could not find any mention of a sliding bolt latch on wikipedia.
Oh my god! What brilliance! That's why you are a patent attorney, making $500/hour, right?
How amazing is it that Apple did not sue for rounded corners and touching the thing you want?
Actually reading the lawsuit, or understanding what the lawsuit was about, instead of repeating memes might prove useful if you want to debate.
wish I had mod points. All these idiots forget all the changes Apple forced onto the industry. I don't understand why Android defenders think crapware is fabulous. Hell, Samsung even comes with its own crapware - a 16GB phone only has 8GB available?!?! WTF?
Well, isn't it obvious? Someone had to show them what obvious was...
1996. Was it "obvious" in 1996? It took Apple to use a different kind of touch screen - why didn't anyone else use it?
Please, you're getting in the way of a good "Apple sucks and is teh 3vil!!" narative! Do not start trying to make sense here!
I've noticed that Chrome would directly reach out to 18.104.22.168 even though my home network has DNS servers defined, and 22.214.171.124 isn't part of it. Very curious...
He is still using Windows 95, you insensitive clod!!
You realize that you are *confirming* OP's point, right? Per capita is not the same as per capita her hour, or as OP says "hourly per capita productivity".
Once it is in your possession, you own it. Before it is in your possession, you don't own it. Actual ownership hasn't been transferred.
Since copyright laws exist, and since Mozilla owns the copyright to Firefox, and the only terms they allow you to download or use Firefox is within the terms of the TOS, if you want to download or use it, you have to abide by it.
Are you really that stupid that you cannot understand that?