Dutch Court Rules Samsing Didn't Infringe Upon Apple Patent

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hotroderx

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Samsing.... Cant we at least get the titles spelled correctly =(

Toms is starting to look more and more amature.... anyone else know a decent tech news website?
 

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[citation][nom]ahnilated[/nom]Spell checking went away long ago when Tom sold this site.[/citation]

Maybe that's how the French spell Samsung :)
 

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[citation][nom]hotroderx[/nom]Samsing.... Cant we at least get the titles spelled correctly =(Toms is starting to look more and more amature.... anyone else know a decent tech news website?[/citation]

Interesting.
 

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what do you expect from an apple fanboi like zak islam?
you know he's crying inside

only in america where samsung has to pay $1billion dollars. unbelieveable
 
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Come on guys, seriously? Give Tom's a break here, they're clearly trying to portray Samsung...ooops, Samsing to be a present tense...um..day, company! Samsung belongs to the past, Samsing is the present!
 

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[citation][nom]hotroderx[/nom]Samsing.... Cant we at least get the titles spelled correctly =(Toms is starting to look more and more amature.... anyone else know a decent tech news website?[/citation]
I use slashdot myself
 

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[citation][nom]hotroderx[/nom]Samsing.... Cant we at least get the titles spelled correctly =(Toms is starting to look more and more amature.... anyone else know a decent tech news website?[/citation]

Not to mock you... but complaining about a minor slip of the finger "u" and "i" are next to each other on the keyboard...

and then using 'cant' and 'amature' in your reply :)
 

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[citation][nom]NuclearShadow[/nom]Besides the common place for errors in the articles has become part of Tom's charm.[/citation]
No, it's part of the systemic dumbing down of so-called "news" sites on the internet. It's all about page views for the ad revenue, and without them the sites fold. Out of necessity, sites do anything and everything to drive up views. This typically means a lax editing process to publish more stories per day, sensationalist headlines and a thousand articles a day about Apple (draws in the fanboys and haters alike) and an overall lowering of the bar on quality to emphasize quantity.

There are still sites with a very high bar on quality (AnandTech being my favorite) if you're tired of reading week old, misspelled headlines here.
 

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[citation][nom]hotroderx[/nom]Samsing.... Cant we at least get the titles spelled correctly =(Toms is starting to look more and more amature.... anyone else know a decent tech news website?[/citation]

GO to anandtech if you are looking for something more professional than tomshardware.
 

freggo

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[citation][nom]willard[/nom]No, it's part of the systemic dumbing down of so-called "news" sites on the internet. It's all about page views for the ad revenue, and without them the sites fold. Out of necessity, sites do anything and everything to drive up views.[/citation]

You got that 100% right. That's the price we pay for 'free' sites.
Let's face it, operating a site like THG takes a lot of manpower and $$$. It has to be recovered from somewhere.
 

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[citation][nom]hotroderx[/nom]Samsing.... Cant we at least get the titles spelled correctly =(Toms is starting to look more and more amature.... anyone else know a decent tech news website?[/citation]
Maybe that's how it is pronounced in Dutch. :)
Engadget, plus you will get news like this, two days in advance.
 

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[citation][nom]freggo[/nom]You got that 100% right. That's the price we pay for 'free' sites.Let's face it, operating a site like THG takes a lot of manpower and $$$. It has to be recovered from somewhere.[/citation]
Base on what I can see, looks like they are not paying anything for Journalist.
Look's like they are just getting Journalist aspirant who want to post anything on the internet and their only requirement is to had used an apple computer at least once in their life time. Like mister Islam here
 

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[citation][nom]willard[/nom]No, it's part of the systemic dumbing down of so-called "news" sites on the internet. It's all about page views for the ad revenue, and without them the sites fold. Out of necessity, sites do anything and everything to drive up views. This typically means a lax editing process to publish more stories per day, sensationalist headlines and a thousand articles a day about Apple (draws in the fanboys and haters alike) and an overall lowering of the bar on quality to emphasize quantity.There are still sites with a very high bar on quality (AnandTech being my favorite) if you're tired of reading week old, misspelled headlines here.[/citation]

Hit the nail on the head.

The more comments an article gets, the more articles you are going to see on that subject. Look at the comment sections of all the articles on Tom's, and you'll find that articles about Apple products produce far more commentary than anything else. This is where the saying "bad publicity is good publicity" comes from.
 

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Ok, ok, we get it... Either the US patent system is retarded by every meaning of the word or because apple is a US company (who outsources). Based on recent patent articles, I'm willing to bet on the former. IMO, if you can patent a concept without at least a proof of the concept, your patent system is a joke.
 
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