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Fully expecting a headline like this one of these days: "Is That A Nexus LG HTC Samsung Apple Patent Key Lime Pie 5.0 10 7 Google Lawsuit Galaxy? Click To Find Out"
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I'll give you a nickel if you can not only make a headline like that but actually write an article that is comprehensible based on that headline haha.
+Zack Davis Is That A Nexus LG HTC Samsung Apple Patent Key Lime Pie 5.0 10 7 Google Lawsuit Galaxy?

The rumor mill churns and, having churned, moves on. The big story today is that according to sources familiar with the matter, reports have leaked that lead us to believe that an employee who asked to not be named has told Digitimes that sources say the next Nexus may have already been patented by Apple as the subject of the latest lawsuit to come out of Cupertino.

According to the sources, LG, HTC, and Samsung are all working on their own Key Lime Pie-based variants of the Google Experience Galaxy 10 7 series. Early reports peg these devices as being faster than the old versions and also thinner, and probably bigger, but definitely expensive.

Google has stepped in to defend its partners' innovations, stating that "We do not believe that litigation is the best way to innovate. Seeing lawsuits pop up before devices are even released should be more than enough proof that our patent system needs reform." When asked what, if anything the company would be doing to fight back in the lawsuit battles, Google said, "We've formed an alliance of over a dozen carriers and manufacturers to ensure that counter-suits are delivered in a timely fashion and will be supported for up to 18 months." When asked for details on this alliance, the Google rep seemed to have completely forget the program existed.

Apple, in a rare display of transparency, commented on the new patent lawsuit, describing it as "magical" and "revolutionary." Said Tim Cook, "This is the most beautiful lawsuit we've ever released. It's twice as fast as our previous lawsuits, and the subpoena we served Samsung was carved out of pure sapphire."
Wow, that is pure gold. I think it merits posting on the Site even! 
+Ibrahim Awwal Oh, it's happening, just as soon as I can see through the tears in my eyes again.

P.S. Nice Swiftkey you've got there.
+Eric Ravenscraft You sir have earned a nickel. I shall pay you as soon as Google Wallet is supported by Verizon. haha :P
Very clever, but the scary thing is your probably right.
Haha, very true! +Eric Ravenscraft , very nice, just watch out for Apple suing you for using the patented term "revolutionary". :P
My thanks to everyone in this thread, it made my morning.
The comments on the site are priceless! Lmao I can't stop laughing...
Can't stop laughing either. Wheres the nickle.
Returning to thread to remind +Zack Davis that Verizon devices can now technically install Google Wallet, having bypassed the secure element, and that said app is capable of sending money.

I patiently await that nickel.
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