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5 Apple Patents Hint At Surprises
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Somedude8
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Somedude8,
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1/29/2014 | 1:12:12 PM
Patentable?
I don't see how these are things that can be patented. The Stylus, maybe, and thats a big maybe. The rest are just common sense use of items that already exist. Its like trying to patent using a cup to hold pens or something.
jagibbons
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1/29/2014 | 12:42:27 PM
Re: Solar Power
It strikes me that none of this is really new. It may be new or improved for Apple devices, but similar things are being done on other devices or via peripherals or add-ons. This is really only barely newsworthy because it is Apple.
dkdkdkdkd
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dkdkdkdkd,
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1/29/2014 | 12:13:11 PM
Re: Solar Power
Boring. Yawn. No Steve Jobs equals Apple's decline. Let's hear it for introverts. They are unique. Want to impress us Apple? Let's see the long rumored and hypothesized Apple TV. Not the converter box, but a real TV. Let's see Apple do to the TV what it did to the phone. Then I will stop yawning. 
Laurianne
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1/29/2014 | 10:51:19 AM
Solar Power
How intrigued are you by the solar power patents, readers? My Twitter feed is buzzing on this one.
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