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RE: [newtech-1] first videos of iPhone (plagiarizer) - Android. full screen

From: Dean C.
Sent on: Sunday, June 1, 2008 2:41 PM

Lol - you guys are both idiots.

 

Wouldn’t that mean apple infringed on Jeff Hawkins the creator of the palm pilot????

 

I mean apple lay out their dash board with 4 icons across in a downward motion the same way palm did in 1996? (and I’m sure he ripped it off from someone even before that who did so from someone else all the way back to Grok the caveman who worked out spit and mud made for a good drawing material).

 

Think before you speak sometimes, it probably wont make you look smarter but at least it will make you apple fanboys not look quite as dumb.

 



Regards,

Dean Collins
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Cognation Limited
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[masked] (Sydney indial)


> -----Original Message-----

> From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of

> Jules

> Sent: Sunday, 1 June[masked]:14 PM

> To: [address removed]

> Subject: Re: [newtech-1] first videos of iPhone (plagiarizer) - Android. full screen

>

> Great point. I like the way you broke things down. Apple is quiet and

> does not usually waste time going after other companies but when any

> other technology becomes a serious threat they will have quite a few

> patents to fight royalty for. It is just a matter of time and timing!

>

> Sent from my iPhone

>

> On Jun 1, 2008, at 12:12 PM, Jonny Shaw <[address removed]> wrote:

>

> > Soul & Leroy,

> >

> > Apple needed to partner with "someone" in order to make this happen

> > on their terms if at all. If Apple had not paved the way for

> > creating a phone with a manufacturer supplied and controlled

> > environment (which Verizon did NOT agree to allow) there would be no

> > iPhone and then who would that Android have had to copy from?

> > Microsoft? People make it a habit to let Apple innovate and create

> > new opportunities and then steal them. I can't wait for Apple to sue

> > the pants off of anyone who makes an android phone that borrows too

> > much from what they created. I didn't see a good clear picture but

> > from what I saw the full screen android looked EXACTLY like Apple's

> > iPhone and while iPhones design may seem obvious in hindsight that's

> > only because Apple made it so. Noone seems to recall that everyone

> > thought a phone without a qwerty keyboard couldn't function. BIG

> > RISK from Apple but now that it works it seems obvious.

> >

> > If it wasn't that AT&T allowed Apple the amount of control they

> > needed you wouldn't have iPhones at all, but now that it works

> > you're upset because AT&T wants to profit from their decision to

> > allow the manufacturer complete interface control. I swear you

> > people should still be stuck using DOS- no mice, no GUI, no color

> > screens. Obviously you don't feel compelled to support the companies

> > that took huge investment gambles to bring them to you, all you care

> > about is cheaper and faster.

> >

> > PS: When the software you downloaded for your Android phone locks

> > you up and bricks your phone and you can't make or receive calls,

> > don't call on Apple, and when you call Google for help, they won't

> > be able to help so they'll tell you to contact Nokia who will blame

> > the software company you got your phone app from, but when you call

> > the company who sold you the software tells you it's not them it's

> > google (after 12 days of waiting for a machine generated email

> > because they have no phone number), go buy an iPhone on the AT&T

> > network so you can make a call. Or maybe try a zune phone (ha).

> >

> > That's all I have to say about this one -

> >

> > Jonny Shaw

> > decidometer.com

> > 1boom.com

> >

> >

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