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  • casp321 casp321 Mar 2, 2010 8:50 PM Flag

    USA & China AGAINST ON2 shareholders

    Why did DAM took Chinese to the International Court? Was it part of MF master's plan or they did NOT expect DAM taking Chinese to the court and WHY??? if that was the case???

    You do NOT make another deals with some who robs you in the first place unless that was just ...

    Who were on the other end of MF line, OFFSHORE and in the States?

    Why DAM and Joll, and Eero, three ON2 and Hantro CEO, forced to resign and how much, if any, they knew about MF secure line and contacts on the other end of the line? Why these three CEO were not, possibly, informed of all MF contacts and secure lines related to ON2 "business"?

    Why Joll could not cash his shares at $0.90 or was he able to sell them off before forced-resign?

    1) Vimicro [China]

    2) ON2 & China Netcom

    3) ON2 & China Nanwang Multimedia Technology

    4) ON2 & CTTNet [China]

    5) Hantro(ON2) & Spreadtrum [China]

    6) ON2 & Tencent [China]

    7) ON2 & [China]

    8) ON2 & [China]

    9) ON2 and [China]

    10) ON2 & 21Vianet [China]

    11) ON2 & NetEase [China]

    12) ON2 & Shanghai InfoTM [China]

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    • Remember, the ( ON2's ) tight lipped management replaced the resident accountant with a forensic accounting expert. Why ? to cover their deceptive tracks ?
      No wonder that so much of ON2's products have been re-named or are not recorded anywhere anymore.THat includes revenues hidden to camouflage the real rising value and tremendous potential of ON2
      Remember that the masterplan was to decimate the pps to a point where all this crap could fly low under the radar and therefore the SEC could dismiss it as just another failed penny stock. Sofar their crime has been under the radar, they succeeded.
      The keyword here is "SOFAR "
      Had we lost honestly in the investment business we would go on to other things. However, how this was done, on thee sly for over a year, giving misinformation to shareholders during C.Calls, mislead the whole shareholder base. Then a day before the first ever profitable quarter forced us to accept the sale to Google by sewing up the pps, no competitive offers allowed etc. We had a chance to vote, yes, but the results were withheld and manipulated ( Dec.23 )
      and the criteria for the next vote became ignorantly fiction. That's how we all lost out on the billions that ON2 will bring to Google's through Oxide Inc.

    • Chinese "Homegrown" was What DAM and Joll missed to realize but MF already knew what did it mean????

      Company Puts Android on Laptop With China-backed Chips

      Owen Fletcher, IDG News Service Owen Fletcher, Idg News Service – Wed Mar 3, 11:50 pm ET
      A Chinese company is tweaking Google's Android operating system to run on a laptop using homegrown Chinese microprocessors, which are backed by the government.

      The move by Lemote Technology, based in China's Jiangsu province, is the first sign of interest in Android among backers of China's Loongson chips, which also go by the name Godson.

      The Lemote netbook, which has an 800MHz Loongson processor, also adds to the number of devices running Android on MIPS chip architecture. Loongson chips' use of the MIPS instruction set puts them apart from the x86 processors made by giants like Intel. It means the chips cannot run mainstream programs like Windows made for x86 processors. But MIPS Technologies last year said it had ported Android to the MIPS architecture and began promoting its use, largely on embedded devices such as home media players

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