Anonymous, 13 Apr 2012Because we are just reacting from your sarcastic comments.If you think that the US patent office is sarcastic,
and compare it with press articles it shows your intellectual level:
Anonymous, 13 Apr 2012I am well informed, you simply come on this forum to express hateBecause we are just reacting from your sarcastic comments.
Anonymous, 13 Apr 2012They are not copies, they are PLASTIC copies of US Patent 7,966,578: http://patft1.uspto.... moreYou are talking about user interface. I am talking about body design and construction. It's hard to argue with somebody who is not on the same page.
Anonymous, 13 Apr 2012...And now you know why you cannot call the Droids "copies".They are not copies, they are PLASTIC copies of US Patent 7,966,578:
Anonymous, 13 Apr 2012What matters are not press articles but rulings from the Patent Office.That's just a summary of the lawsuits initiated by Apple where some had backfired.
Anonymous, 13 Apr 2012...And now you know why you cannot call the Droids "copies".They are not copies they are plastic copies
Anonymous, 13 Apr 2012What matters are not press articles but rulings from the Patent Office....And now you know why you cannot call the Droids "copies".
I plan to buy iphone 4s but also i want ipad 3. Which is better, iphone 4s or ipad 3?? Thanks :)
Life was so much simpler when "APPLE" and "BLACKBERRY" were just fruits....OOOOOOOHHHHH how I miss those days
odan, 13 Apr 2012Hi all, Any1 who have encounter left speaker problems? I mean that with my 4s the left speake... morethere is no left speaker.. it is a mic! at first i thought it is speaker, but i read some article and it also indicate in apple website.. iphone 4 and 4s left speaker is a mic only the right side is the real speaker! lol
Hi all, Any1 who have encounter left speaker problems? I mean that with my 4s the left speaker does not function anymore, also with my office mate. I have noticed it quite some time now and I didnt pay attention to it. Any1 knows how to fix these? many thanks in advance..
Anonymous, 12 Apr 2012What Does New or Novelty Mean?
In order for an invention to be patentable it must be new as... moreEnlighten yourself. This is just a part of the article i'm quoting:
" Contrary to what suggest a campaign on the Web, the F700 did not precede the iPhone, but this is the case of Prada. However, Apple has not had time to copy the Prada, these devices have all been invented at that time.
This is not the first time that Apple will make a case against another company, accusing it of stealing inventions it itself has taken from others. In the past it had sued Microsoft, accusing it of copying the principles of his operating system with a GUI and the mouse. An interface that it had directly copied on the products of Xerox labs in Palo Alto.
In China it sued a company that owns the brand name iPad since 2000 (Apple's iPad was launched in 2010) to prohibit it from using the name while it was offered a financial settlement. Not only Apple loses the case, but it is now forbidden to use the iPad name in China, it has to sell its tablets under another name! There is clearly a procedural folly in that firm. What Steve Jobs called the atomic attack against copiers. Beware fallout!"
Anonymous, 12 Apr 2012If you think you know more than the US Patent Office it shows your level of intellectual disability.How pathetic you always insist the US patent office. Your twisted reasoning reflects your "intellectual disability".
Anonymous, 12 Apr 2012The word original applies only to the one who had conceived the design and not to the copycat ... moreWhat Does New or Novelty Mean?
In order for an invention to be patentable it must be new as defined by patent law. An invention cannot be patented if:
The invention was known or used by others in the United States, or patented or described in a printed publication in the United States or a foreign country, before the current applicant filed for his or her patent. Someone else has made the same invention as you did.
The invention was patented or described in a printed publication in this or a foreign country or in public use or on sale in this country more than one year prior to the application for patent in the United States. You or somebody else revealed your invention more than a year ago to the public.