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Motorola Mobility v Apple
Authored by: stegu on Thursday, August 23 2012 @ 05:19 PM EDT
He who must not be named (but not really because
even PJ has had a few links to him lately) is
(I assume) Florian Müller of fosspatents.org.
He has been wrong with a remarkable reliability
so far. A kind of anti-oracle of sorts.
For Oracle, at that. Some irony there.

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Motorola Mobility v Apple
Authored by: Wol on Thursday, August 23 2012 @ 05:31 PM EDT
Given that he is probably trumpeting to the world how Apple will have no
difficulty at all in getting the case thrown out, and that his predictions have
an accuracy record of 100% wrong, I'm surprised you haven't guessed.

Of course, it's our favourite clueless German, Herr FM.

Cheers,
Wol

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Motorola Mobility v Apple
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, August 23 2012 @ 07:24 PM EDT
FM does offer the interesting observation that six of the seven patents
in this case are new, that is they are patents that have not previously
been wielded in the smartphone wars. What this means (to me, not FM)
is that the magazine is still full of fresh ammunition, so the USPTO
has done a good job in supplying bullets for the fighters, both sides...

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