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“The filing in Japan cites infringements in technology and user-interface patents, while in Australia Samsung cited patents related to wireless telecommunications standards.”
“The Internet company has begun recruiting software engineers, product managers, user-interface experts and others who have ideas for mobile apps, the people said.”
“While we dramatically improved our $7.99 unlimited streaming service by embracing new platforms, simplifying our user-interface, and more than doubling domestic spending on streaming content over 2010, we greatly upset many domestic Netflix members with our significant DVD-related pricing changes, and to a lesser degree, with the proposed-and-now-cancelled rebranding of our DVD service.”
“In my next generation user-interface I hope to make the score clickable in the wine detail page and show the standard deviation.”
“Grace Lei , the company's general counsel, said in a statement that the ruling involved a "small" user-interface feature and "HTC will completely remove it from all of our phones soon.”
“The new user-interface branch of the government would be in charge of making it easy for voters to see video clips, interviews, debates and useful comparisons of the candidates' positions.”
“The company said on Monday it planned to completely remove technology linked to the patent – which it called a "small user-interface experience" – from its phones.”
“Bruce Tognazzini , a former user-interface expert at Apple who joined the company in 1978, once said that Mr. Jobs was adamant that the keyboard not include "up," "down," "right," and "left" keys that allow users to move the cursor around their computer screens.”
“And lets not forget that beyond brand loyalty, increasingly we have ‘user-interface loyalty’, with the latter being much harder to break.”
“The most surprising thing is how little actual user-interface innovation is shown by either Firefox or Chrome.”
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