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  • hi_lee_evolvd hi_lee_evolvd Oct 18, 2013 8:44 PM Flag

    VRNG won patent suit against Google. Everyone said VRNG going to a $100. It is less than $3- why?

    VRNG won patent suit against Google. Everyone said VRNG going to a $100. It is less than $3- why? Because Google can keep this in court for another 10 years and wear out the little guy.

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    • That is because the judge found laches and VRNG is the one who has to appeal; of course, no willful; not key to GOOG's success like the "Holy Grail" in this case; and probably easy workarounds too ... totally different facts

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      • Rounder where has everyone gone? For the last year and a half I have been on this Board - and have come to enjoy the discussions, arguments and banter about PKRK - even with bonk, croak and even PVnotes. Even though we vigorously disagreed, at least there was intelligent, informed discussion and some - hopefully good-natured- banter (I now put member of Village Idiots Club on my CV).

        Now, we win the verdict, and we are overrun by nitwits. It's like the invasion of the zombies - seems like every half-baked day trader in the market is crowing about their $2,500.00 profit, or their "trading strategy" and all of the old-timers (at least to me) are gone. What happened? Where is everybody? I used to look forward to reading this Board everyday. Now - it's like practically every Board at Yahoo - full of no-brain shouting, name-calling and pure stupidity- nothing of value. Too bad - I liked it better when nobody knew about or cared about PRKR

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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