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  1. grover5's Avatar
    In light of your previous post in this thread, I think we can call you an expert on "oversimplification" and "emotional" responses.
    I would call it getting to the core of the matter. There was no emotion experienced during the process.
    04-02-12 08:21 AM
  2. kbz1960's Avatar
    Apple wants to sue over every little thing. Watch out fanboys with tatoos you'll have to give up a body part because you're infringing on them.
    04-02-12 08:31 AM
  3. Stewartj1's Avatar
    The posts on this thread are so off the mark.

    The headline reveals it itself. This is NOT a PATENT. It is TRADEMARK.

    Extremely different things. The difference is that Apple does not own the idea, however, they can legally pursue someone if they use the same icon in an attempt to confuse a user that theirs is an Apple product.
    Likely as a result of all the patent/trademark trolls and counterfeit issues tech companies have to waste time and money on each and every day.

    Seems like sound business practice to me.
    Last edited by stewartj1; 04-02-12 at 09:05 AM.
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