Tech companies stand in the way of innovation – Charis’s rant

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iqtoption What I am saying is that technology advances based on improvements.  If it didn’t we would still be using the telegraph instead of the mini computers we call mobile phones that we currently have today.

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الخيارات الثنائية التداول التجريبي حساب المملكة المتحدة Google, Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, Facebook – you name it.  Have all sued the shit out of everyone and anyone.

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Now I know all of these peeps have R&D labs, probably stuffed with cool inventions that will blow your mind.

However half of these will probably infringe on someones patent.

Meanwhile small companies who have made a cool iteration of a product also face being sued for even considering making a product better.

The end result – We have cellphones that come in larger sizes rather than the development of cellphones with a battery life that goes beyond 2 days a big deal.

We have washing machines that take up a shitload of space (and why are they always white or silver?) and we have cheap cars that still use expensive fossil fuels and expensive cars that use cheap electricity.

Technology companies can go on all they like about being innovative.

But suing innovation doesn’t make you innovative.

I know where I would rather put my money and it wouldn’t be to a bunch of lawyers.

Rant over

Charis McAwesome








Charis McAwesome

Charis McAwesome is a social media client project manager to companies including Microsoft, Intel, Lenovo, Deloitte, banks and many more on behalf of Digivizer. By day, she provides digital strategy and big data analysis, by night she may provide news on the podcast & when she doesn't, makes up for it by writing articles instead.