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A German court declares Motorola Mobility (GOOG) is infringing Apple's (AAPL) "overscroll...

A German court declares Motorola Mobility (GOOG) is infringing Apple's (AAPL) "overscroll bounce" (a.k.a. "rubber banding") patent, and has demanded all infringing phones and tablets be recalled. Google has already developed a workaround for the patent, which Samsung was ruled to be infringing in Apple's big California win. (German licensing deal)
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  • pirota
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    "Overscroll bounce" patent - LOL - and who owns patent for scrolling up and down ?
    13 Sep 2012, 02:22 PM Reply Like
  • vingtsun
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    I am sure if you owned the patent you would not be so very glib, or would you?
    13 Sep 2012, 05:48 PM Reply Like
  • Day Trader001
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    Looks like AAPL does!!!!
    14 Sep 2012, 05:44 AM Reply Like
  • MICHAELIRISH131
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    Slow last flip like the good old roladex.
    13 Sep 2012, 02:32 PM Reply Like
  • Day Trader001
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    This the start of another "Big Win" for Apple!
    14 Sep 2012, 05:46 AM Reply Like
  • chopchop0
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    LOL @ all the AAPL bulls here that just got their apples handed to them. At least someone at the USPTO understands the very simple concept of "prior art" Lords know the jury in California didn't

     

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    23 Oct 2012, 09:34 AM Reply Like
  • Day Trader001
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    Catch up, this was last months post!
    23 Oct 2012, 05:57 PM Reply Like
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