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____/ Kari Laine on Tuesday 16 Aug 2011 21:33 : \____
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> On 08/16/2011 10:57 PM, Baltic wrote:
>> On Tue, 16 Aug 2011 20:15:34 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>>> Will Google Build an Uber Android?
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>>> | One thing that's clear is that Google will obtain an impressive patent
>>> | arsenal if its acquisition of Motorola goes through.
>> You Linux zealots are hypocrites
>> IBM, Microsoft, Novell, Nvidia and so forth build up a closet full
>> of patents that they use against other companies in order to protect
>> their research and investment.
> IBM, Novell and Nvidia has not used patents against Linux or FOSS.
> Microsoft has and practically started this patent war. Others like
> Google has to retaliate otherwise they loose. But main point is that
> Google did NOT start it.
>> You claim it's unfair.
>> You throw hissy fits when Microsoft buys up a company in order to
>> obtain it's IP and technology.
> To suppress competition and innovation. They FUDed Linux quite heavy
>> So now Google effectively does the same thing, buying up a company
>> or a part of a company in order to obtain the technology and patents
>> and all of a sudden they, Google are just fighting back so that
>> makes it all ok.
> We will see. In Motorola deal Google was after patents. They probably
> sell the company and keep the patents. They need them because of patent
> extortion tactics of MS and Apple.
>> What fools you Linux advocates are.
> I don't know if others are fools, but I am that kind of a fool that
> Microsoft is power and control seeking maniac who with illegal means
> control over 90% of worlds computing. A very unhealthy situation. Apple
> is no better but it's market share is so little that it does not matter.
>> You will bend the rules until the bar snaps in order to give Google,
>> a Linux supporting company, a free pass.
> I think all means are ok to beat MS and Apple in their game. I am very
> glad that Google have picked up the task. It has resources to do it.
> Whether it changes to a typical US company greed of money, control and
> power - well that we will see, won't we?
>> Talk about bias.
> Naturally when people feel strong about something they are somewhat
> biased. Linux has serviced me well over 10 years. I have had more
> utility from it than from Windows and cost is much below what I have
> sent over to Redmont.
>> My word. It's not even this bad in the religious forums.
> I don't know because I have never read those. What are their names - it
> might be interesting to visit them.
>> How you losers can play these games day after day and then sleep
>> well at night is a mystery to me.
> I sleep like a baby nowadays. The truth and openness is in side of FOSS.
> Whole development, bugs, mailing lists - the whole bag is open. What
> other entity can say the same.
The ideal action from IBM and Google would be to eliminate all software patents.
~~ Best of wishes
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