Linked by pantheraleo on Thu 16th Jun 2011 21:21 UTC
Legal Just as Apple wraps up one lawsuit with Nokia, they have been hit with another one by a Phoenix based company named iCloud Communications. iCloud Communications, a VoIP vendor, claims that Apple's new iCloud causes confusion with competing products, and has harmed their image because anytime someone hears the name 'iCloud', they will now think of Apple instead of iCloud Communications. Super-Instant Pre-publication 5000W Turbo Update from Thom: ...and we have another one.
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their turn
by Tractor on Fri 17th Jun 2011 09:02 UTC
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Apple is going the aggressive road these days, bullying any other company which could even remotely compete with them, using fallacious arguments and sheer lawyer power. Now obviously, Apple diligent fanboys will say "this is business as usual", the way the world works, so it is legitimate.

And then, when Apple receives similar attacks from other companies, the same fanboys start whining that this case against their idol could possibly be unfair, if looked from a specific angle, or is just about bullying money ?

Come on, there is no discussion possible with those fanatics.
I just say "good, let them experience a dose of their own medicine".

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RE: their turn
by Langalf on Fri 17th Jun 2011 14:50 in reply to "their turn"
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Hmm, I think it's time to trademark iDolatry.

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