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Apple's accused patents against Samsung Presentation
Authored by: celtic_hackr on Sunday, August 12 2012 @ 03:20 AM EDT
I didn't link to the patents, as I didn't go out and read the patents in their
entirety. They're rather strange, though. I saw the patents only in the context
of Apples presentation to Samsung. The link to the presentation being in the
news sidebar here. They even claim some weird patent related to running OO code
in a procedural OS. Which of course I was doing in the 80s with C++. Then
there's LISP for DOS back in the 80s, ADA, LISP for IBM mainframes back in the
60s.

It's just a bizarre patent. Not sure what their point is.

They also are claiming that Google's streetview maps are in violation of their
patents. But how that is Samsung's problem is a mystery to me. It's the most
nauseating bit of text, I've probably ever read, and I followed the whole entire
SCO saga.

Apple will never have a place in my home. Not ever. Not after this. I may
forgive them in time, if they repent, but I will never forget.

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