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Canada's Conference Board Found Plagiarizing Copyright Report

The Hobo Re:Funny (232 comments)

You're actually both wrong.

It's both hockey and lacrosse.

See the National Sports of Canada Act

more than 4 years ago

Bar Codes Keep Surgical Objects Outside Patients

The Hobo Also known as... (269 comments)

Reference counting. Insert obvious garbage collection joke here.

Tee hee.

more than 6 years ago



The Hobo The Hobo writes  |  more than 7 years ago

The Hobo (783784) writes "CBC news is reporting that a company called Interlink Electronics is suing Nintendo over its Wii controller, alleging infringement of its patent titled "Trigger operated electronic device". From the article, "According to the documents filed with the court, Interlink claims that Nintendo's "infringement of the patent is unlawful and willful [sic] and will continue" unless the court prevents it from doing so." The company is asking for damages, costs, and an order that Nintendo stop its alleged infringing uses. Nintendo was unaware of the lawsuit and could not provide an immediate comment."


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