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  • Does Google Have A Real Potential Workaround Against Vringo With It's New Algorithm Changes? [View article]
    Article shows how little you know about search technology.
    Oct 3 10:16 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Undervalued Vringo's $100M Victory Against Google [View article]
    Key word is "bet". You're essentially rolling the dice here. Either outcome is possible is how I'm playing this.

    Google would not necessarily send notice of changes to their code since it would not affect their API, which what all the "coders" see. They don't have an inkling of what Google is doing behind the scenes to the low-level code.

    The fundamental changes to systems can be made in short periods of time. New Adwords isn't going to be millions of lines of code, but only thousands, so not a big deal. Also, New Adwords could've been in the works for years, which wouldn't surprise me. Google is always trying to improve their search and ad delivery technology.
    Aug 20 11:43 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Undervalued Vringo's $100M Victory Against Google [View article]
    What evidence do you have that GOOG's workaround is not colorably different? Is that just your guess? Is it based merely on the fact that VRNG called it a red herring? If it was me, I'd want to see the source code before making such a conclusion since most of the money VRNG could make is be based on this (even VRNG hasn't seen the new source code yet). Until then, I don't know how you could possibly make such an assertion.
    Aug 19 01:30 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo: A Patent Play Stock Ready To Explode Again [View article]
    Your headline should've been; "I'm having a Vringorganism"
    May 29 06:07 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Can Judge Jackson Still Ignore Google's Work-Around? [View article]
    This has nothing to do with a workaround.
    May 22 08:13 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How Will Judge Jackson Handle Google's Confirmed Workaround?‎ [View article]
    They "innovated" off of technology they essentially stole.
    May 15 08:07 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Hysteria Of Vringo [View article]
    MGT is overpriced and today is showing it.
    Apr 9 04:59 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Worlds Inc. (WDDD) Making A Move [View instapost]
    This has nothing to do with Vringo.
    Feb 28 05:25 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • $800 Google: Bargain Or Bubble? [View article]
    Smart move.
    Feb 26 08:20 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo Vs. Google: An Analysis Of The USPTO Re-Examination Debate [View article]
    Confusion over the issues along with the often bizarre and overly impassioned responses from shorts and longs has most likely contributed to the low volume as of late and the low share price. In particular, I would say that shorts, with their actions, are not causing panic selling in longs as much as they are causing new investors to avoid VRNG altogether.
    Dec 16 07:57 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Will Patent Office Eliminate Vringo's Right To Future Royalties From Google? [View article]
    If you look at how Google has positioned themselves (the righteous NPE) in the Patent Wars, they'd rather lose and add wood to the fire rather than pay a lowlife troll. As a long, a buyout/settlement is simply what you are hoping for, but what I suggest you consider is that it's in Google's interest to fight this to the bitter end - a slash and burn campaign to the death. Google lost their moral compass long ago, so it wouldn't surprise me of the legal and illegal means they will use to crush Vringo.

    And when I say illegal, how much data do they have to steal, how many patents, trademarks and copyrights do they have to violate, how much money do they have to hide in over seas accounts before we finally admit that Google is a criminal organization?

    Yes, a buyout is the smart thing to do, but those seeking revenge rarely make smart decisions. Will Google crush Vringo? Not a chance.
    Dec 13 01:10 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Will Patent Office Eliminate Vringo's Right To Future Royalties From Google? [View article]
    Google would rather lose, pay extra, and say they fought the good fight, thus being able to deny they ever infringed. Otherwise, they would have settled or bought Vringo out long ago.
    Dec 13 12:10 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Will Patent Office Eliminate Vringo's Right To Future Royalties From Google? [View article]
    The reason Google won't buy out Vringo or settle is because their main money drivers, AdSense and AdWords, are based on stolen technology. Quite embarrassing. Google is a proven patent, trademark and copyright violator, and they only pay up when a court of law compels them.
    Dec 13 11:26 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Will Patent Office Eliminate Vringo's Right To Future Royalties From Google? [View article]
    In your conclusion, you forgot to mention the Mayan Doomsday, which would prevent Vringo from collecting any money from Google.
    Dec 13 10:17 AM | 24 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Preview Copy Of Article On PTO Risk To Vringo Royalties [View instapost]
    The personal attacks don't mean that your arguments are correct. It just means that some people think you are distorting the truth in order to profit from stock manipulation.
    Dec 13 07:27 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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