posted on Jul, 20 2012 @ 03:45 AM
I started using Apple back in the 90s and was soon a devotee.
However, they've gone from being the user/consumer friendly alternative to Microsoft, to superseding Microsoft as the world's leading exploiter of
They used to make things that last, but now they continually release new tech (e.g Powermac to Intel and now thunderbolt) that makes your massive
investment redundant. They don't like to provide means of updating since they'd prefer you to buy the whole kit all over again.
I find myself moving, for the first time, to Microsoft these days, as you can easily replace parts with such innovations.
: On topic though, surely right and wrong in such patent issues would be the same in the UK as in the US
At the end of the day Samsung either stole the idea, or they didn't...!
So this case shows that one of the judges has got it wrong!
But is that 'wrong' i don't know how to do my job
....Or 'wrong' your a multi-billion dollar US brand so i'll skew things in your favour
Does this not expose the US judiciary as partisan?
edit on 20-7-2012 by McGinty because: to get on topic