You know, Apple has 10 products. The living room they’re dealing with at some point in the near future.
Danny Sullivan argues that the conclusions about Android revenues based on the Oracle v. Google court document are flawed. That’s certainly possible, but it doesn’t sound as flawed as Sullivan seems to believe.
Google says the following in its proposal:
Specifically, in the event of a finding of patent infringement of the ’104 patent, Google is willing to stipulate that un-adjusted damages for the ’104 patent through 2011 are $2.72 million, and in the event of a finding of patent infringement of the ’520 patent, that un-adjusted damages for the ’520 patent through 2011 are $0.08 million.
They then go on to say:
If you’re a fan of Apple product design then you’ll love these compilation videos that Rob Beschizza over at BoingBoing put together. He combed through the catalogs of a bunch of web archives and historians to put together every (ish) design that has ever passed through Apple’s labs and compiled them into this 30 second video: (via Every Apple and NeXT Design in 60 Seconds)