Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 27th Jul 2011 22:09 UTC
Legal Two different graphs. Both happen to be published at Ars Technica, with one of them coming from a different source. Seemingly completely unrelated, but when you ponder the waterfall of recent lawsuit-related news, these two graphs suddenly tell all there is to tell. These two innocent little graphs illustrate why Apple is attacking Android so ferociously.
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RE: Apple can't compete on merit
by molnarcs on Thu 28th Jul 2011 07:38 UTC in reply to "Apple can't compete on merit"
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Apple is now filing complaints about Android tablets, are you ready to admit that Apple isn't afraid, they simply don't like their intellectual property infringed?


You ARE relentless, aren't you. I thought we agreed some time ago that these IP lawsuits are bullshit:

You come back weeks later with the same IP nonsense. What property are you talking about? Ideas that they had first? How about ideas that they copied from others? They do exactly what everyone does - sometimes they come up with something new, sometimes they copy from others. Only difference is, that they don't want others do what they themselves do!

Of course, fanboys always try to show how Apple's copying is different. No, it's not. Apple had it's firsts with the iPhone, as did Android (notifications, multitasking, widgets, etc.) Thankfully, Apple finally copied Android's notifications. It made a lot of sense, because it's such an elegant implementation. And yet, here we are again, with the IP bullshit.

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