Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 3rd Mar 2010 16:36 UTC
Legal Today's "the day after". The day after Apple started a patent war with HTC and Google. Today, we have statements from both HTC and Google, and a number of other people have weighed in as well as to the possible ramifications of Apple's lawsuit.
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RE[2]: Bilski...
by cycoj on Thu 4th Mar 2010 07:15 UTC in reply to "RE: Bilski..."
cycoj
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2007-11-04

And the BBC Micro was twice the speed of the Commodore 64. It’s software that sells hardware. The sooner manufacturers get this and stop trying to sell handsets based on meaningless numbers to consumers (Megapixel this, gigabyte that) and start _showing_ what the handset can _do_ then the quicker they will beat Apple.

I find it amazing that only Apple advertise what the device can actually do, with zero technical specs involved.


Come'on Kroc, get off the KoolAid. Apple is not advertising on what their devices can do, they are advertising on lifestyle and they are f**king good at it! Just compare the MS against Apple ads, that was MS showing what the device can do and boy were those ads bad.

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RE[3]: Bilski...
by madmoose on Thu 4th Mar 2010 10:43 in reply to "RE[2]: Bilski..."
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2010-03-04

Did you totally miss the "There's an app for that" campaign that's been Apple's primary iPhone ad compaign since the iPhone came out?

How is that not advertising on what their device can do?

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