I've looked at them
I've looked at them
This would be a much better article to have the 'rocket' error that was on an earlier article; or, just to be different, NO ERRORS.
And if you try your case in certain places, you'll win. With Apple, apparently even if you lose, you win.
I think it was just Motorola when that started, but regardless; even if they're insisting on some ridiculous value to their patents or something, at least they're not making people sign an NDA to have a look at what they're being threatened with. I'm still amazed that that sort of thing is legal.
My understanding is that it's just a court decision on the F part of FRAND, but I haven't followed it closely.
The developers may want to have a word with the legal/patent department if they're looking for goodwill from the developer community at large. What Microsoft is doing with the Android patents is up there with SCO. They also teamed up with Appple as 'Rockstar' for some of the worst patent abuse around, and lobbied against the current patent reforms. It's going to be a big job.
Yes, your team has a great track record, but unfortunately Microsoft has the worst in the business, or at least very close to it. You've got to expect some suspicion.
That's the 'embrace' part. They have been a little better about standards lately though, so you never know.
You're obviously not one of the many here on SlashDot that was raving about the magical, amazing reversible Lightning connector that Apple has on their latest devices.
That's "Pulsing Blue Dick-punch of Sadness" to you sir. I'm a little surprised there isn't more talk about them charging for online play., especially with the crappy experience on the PS3.
The Sony ones are pretty classic too. I haven't noticed them for a while, but with new consoles out we may all be in for another treat.
*taps headphone wearing developer on shoulder* "Are you busy?
The good part about this is that it makes a very nice list of who not to buy from. Of course, that doesn't help us with organizations like "Patent Office Professional Association", although I'm sure there's no conflict of interest there.
I'd be checking IBM's site for a 'Sunrise' product. Of course with IBM's site, I'd have to go back and actually use Google to find it.
I find frequent upgrades is better than buggy, under-featured 'enterprise' software that is not updated (as in fixed) for years.
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Heuristics are bug ridden by definition. If they didn't have bugs, then they'd be algorithms.