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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by pockings, Dec 19, 2011.

  1. pockings

    pockings Well-Known Member
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  2. hilmar2k

    hilmar2k Android Expert

    HTC says they already have the fix in the works. No big deal.
     
  3. TheAtheistReverend

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    goddammit
    t(>.<t)
     
  4. bberryhill0

    bberryhill0 Android Expert

    I doubt that Google and HTC will just give up.
     
  5. TheAtheistReverend

    TheAtheistReverend Anybody want a peanut?
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    Very true. Neither will Samsung or RiM or Nokia or anyone else (hopefully).

    "...estimates that the number of patent lawsuits related to the mobile business worldwide is approaching 100"

    It's like a flying Sh1tfest!
     
  6. bberryhill0

    bberryhill0 Android Expert

    The patent system is seriously broken. Patents are supposed to be limited to non-obvious ideas but none of the patent examiners were born after computers were invented so anything that uses a computer can now be patented. There is probably a patent on using a computer (smartphone) to dial a phone number. I'm going to patent green grass and blue skies so everyone on the planet has to pay me every time they open their eyes. Bwahahaha!!!
     
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  7. hilmar2k

    hilmar2k Android Expert

    As I said, this is a non-issue:

     
  8. mach1man

    mach1man Android Expert

    so does this mean if I want a htc phone that has the feature to save a number that is sent through text or email then I would have to buy the reZound? Is the Rezound going to be the last htc phone in the US with these features?
     
  9. TheAtheistReverend

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    HTC will make it possible to dial the number from the email, but just not save it. That is their workaround for the patent.
    We would still be able to "dial" it, hang up right away and save the last dialed number if that was our goal. Our own workaround in tandem with their workaround. Easy.
    Wonder how much was spent on this lawsuit alone?

    And yes, the Rezound is the latest phone out by HTC. But All Android manufacturers will have to abide by the rules to sell in U.S. and they still have until April 12th (I think)
    You could also get the Rhyme...
     
  10. mach1man

    mach1man Android Expert

    I think I'll go with the Rezound lol
     
  11. pockings

    pockings Well-Known Member
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  12. blackepoxy

    blackepoxy Android Expert

    The phone that could never truly handle true multitasking now all of a sudden has a patent on it.
    And how do you like the pull down notification shade style of iOS 5?
    Where did that come from?
     
  13. bberryhill0

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  14. pockings

    pockings Well-Known Member
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  15. BigSlick

    BigSlick Newbie

    Just another reason for me to despise the jerkoffs over at apple and to hate the entire brand!! I would never give that company a penny of my hard earned money!
     

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