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Tony-S
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Kodak loses again.

http://online.wsj.com ...0457754142116786154​2.htmlexternal link

Post #31, Jul 22, 2012 07:47:53 as a reply to post 14602788


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thats why i call it the i-crap. i detest their garbage iphne as well. :lol:

what goes up must come down, gravity will mke that hurt even more :D

Post #32, Jul 22, 2012 20:44:36 as a reply to Tony-S's post 12 hours earlier.


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Apple and Google still looking to buy Kodak patents.

http://www.reuters.com ...tcy-idUSL1E8ME9K420121114external link

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Tony-S wrote in post #15253477external link
Apple and Google still looking to buy Kodak patents.

http://www.reuters.com ...tcy-idUSL1E8ME9K420121114external link

patents are still valuable

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Business is war, you go for the kill, or partner with those you cannot obliterate. Why is anyone surprised?

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If you have not noticed it, Apple has already started on the downslide. It will not be quite apparent for a number of years but if you look carefully at what it is doing, that slide has started.

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kodak kodak kodak... you had your days of glory, sadly, they are gone :(

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bobobird wrote in post #15312546external link
If you have not noticed it, Apple has already started on the downslide. It will not be quite apparent for a number of years but if you look carefully at what it is doing, that slide has started.

Could you elaborate on that?

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