There's no surprise at all in the $500 million bid for the Kodak patents 08 Dec 12
Joff Wild It did not take a genius to work out that as soon as a bottom line price for the Kodak patents emerged, an offer to buy them would be submitted which pretty much matched that sum. And it looks like that is exactly what has come to pass. More of a surprise is that the consortium which has tabled the bid seems to include both Apple and Google (as well as,...
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