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News US judge recommends SiRF ban

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Guest-16, 29 Aug 2008.

  1. Guest-16

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  2. Phil Rhodes

    Phil Rhodes Hypernobber

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    Yes because it's obviously much more important that Broadcom's CEO gets another ten Ferraris than that everyone has decent GPS.
     
  3. Bluephoenix

    Bluephoenix Spoon? What spoon?

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    are they mad?

    I hope that if broadcom wins it introduces a similar chip at similar cost.


    ninja edit: if you want a GPS, Grab it now!
     
  4. Mentai

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    Ug that seems ludicrous to me, another example of when patents go wrong. The best product should win, not someone who called dibs on a concept first. If you created the technology you would thhink you would be able to make it function better than the competition anyway.
     
  5. LordPyrinc

    LordPyrinc Legomaniac

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    And for next magic trick...

    I shall request a patent for the process of approving patents. When my patent is granted, I will then argue to null and void all existing patents because their approval would be in violation of my patent. Wait... I guess that can't be retroactive. Foiled again!
     
  6. Bluephoenix

    Bluephoenix Spoon? What spoon?

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    LOL

    epic thinking
     
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