Anonymous, 10 Jul 2014Waahhhoooo!!! Nice to see them get what's coming to them. Don't drop the case or settle out. ... moreApple has lost in China before, under similar circumstances, against patent trolls. All they want is more money. They will apply this to all outsiders, Samsung, LG etc, and protect Xiaomi and local manufacturers.
Waahhhoooo!!! Nice to see them get what's coming to them.
Don't drop the case or settle out. Because Apple would pursue it to the death. Even if it's not theirs.
I hope they keep it up and win. And hopefully more companies will follow.
If people don't stand their ground to apple like this they will never learn.
They can make stuff up and win while robbing all technologies they want. On the flip side they say stealing is bad and deny taking anything.
Apple is a loser, they copy the ideas of other companies, they have NO innovation !!
For apple, innovation is "increasing no. of megapixels, increasing screen size from 3.5 inches to 4 inches" haha... crApple :D
Good. Apple the patent thief and troll gets a taste of its own medicine.
Oh they didn't know a was an existing patent so it's 'opps...no problem...' but it's different matter whenever another company might have done the exact same thing to the fruit company in past situations. I wonder if they're in line to be sued in this "reversal of roles" situation?
What comes around, comes around. What goes up must come down.. Welcome Karma. LOL
A foreign company losing a legal case in China is not news.
HAHAHAHAHAHa..wait wait wait...HAHAHAHAHAHA
If apple infringed, do not let them get away with it. They would do the same to you.
Apple won't win in a court battle in China, just like Samsung won't win a court battle in the USA. The courts will be bias towards their own.
Shake my head in disbelief
Here are the facts
Apple in effect sued BOTH the Patent Office in China and Zhizhen
What do we know?
The first Apple iPhone was released on 29/06/2007
but there's always a but
Zhizhen was awarded patent rights for the underlying Xiaoi technology in 2006 and used these rights in 2012 to sue Apple for patent infringement
This is as a result Siri on the iPhone and Apples "launch" in China
Even before the iPhone was launched a voice recognition patent was registered in China