(Posts: 11382; Member since: 21 Apr 2012)
That tech sounds familiar. I think it's called augmented reality. How can you patent something that's common?
how common? like a shape of a rectangle with rounded corners? that common?
yes reminds me of some company trying too pay too buy a certain name
(Posts: 813; Member since: 10 Jun 2013)
All you people fell for it, hooked you all with a comment best left ignored.
(Posts: 4273; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)
Common? Like rectangles, wedge shaped laptops, and a sliding gesture? Yes, it would absolutely ludicrous for Google to patent those things.
Also, they didn't patent it themselves, they bought it.
(Posts: 2049; Member since: 21 Sep 2012)
You keep embarrassing yourself, here.
(Posts: 10264; Member since: 17 Jun 2009)
Are you being intentionally ironic?
(Posts: 486; Member since: 15 May 2013)
i think its to save themselves from a cheap court case.
as we have seen in past american companies always wins when an outsider is suing them but alot of time is wasted in those trials so google is just saving its future time in return of some asset .
(Posts: 642; Member since: 30 Mar 2011)
Like your favorite fruit patent rectangle?
(Posts: 591; Member since: 24 Oct 2012)
It's called preemptive measures.
(Posts: 14; Member since: 14 Mar 2013)
yall want a good read about patents. Go read how microsoft tried to sue someone over the letter E.