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He got it from Over the Sea
Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, November 23 2012 @ 12:10 AM EST
from Barnacle Bill the Sailor. Look at the header, it says
November 11 2012 (Taiwan time)
This is the agreement between the parties. This is the document that I said Huh? to in a previous post.  Normally we wouldn't see any of it, so it's understandable FM is being cautious in how much he discloses to us. The actual press release from Apple and HTC is also thin on the ground. When I first searched Google news with a string from the Press Release it showed me only droid.de in German, test-mobile.fr in French, e27.sg Singapore based, and seekingalpha.com an investment advisor. When I search using the PR headline I get 683 hits, many of which do not carry the full press release verbatim. Like PJ says, you've always got to verify your sources.

What PJ has shown us above is the stipulation filed with the court, saying that the parties have agreed to something that they are not telling the court what it is they have agreed to, but that it will have these certain effects on the case before the court. Now since FM admits the document he has is heavily redacted, there's probably not much left to show us, so he uses an old journalistic trick, filler. Notice the clip and quotes from the agreement Apple - VIA, also before a court somewhere. Don't be confused. The people following Seeking Alpha can't afford to be confused, so that article's author tries to explain why the market in stocks of Immersion Corporation, a haptic feedback tech provider, suddenly surged at the announcement of the Apple - HTC agreement, and rose again the following day. Immersion is suing Motorola, and the ITC has the case in hand. Also
Last week, SA's Paolo Gorgo highlighted Immersion's growing Chinese presence, fueled by a partnership with upstart Android vendor Xiaomi, but also criticized its execution in turning discussions into deals. [ seekingalpha ]
I suspect the figure I read a few months back that 57 companies had suits and cross-suits in thirty countries may be an underestimate. Those little graphics like octopus fights need a wall sized xkcd style dynamically update format.

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