View Poll Results: Should i file a lawsuit against the tech giants?

Voters
3. You may not vote on this poll
  • Yes, file a lawsuit so that the whole computer science world may know about this.

    3 100.00%
  • No.

    0 0%
Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12
Results 31 to 44 of 44

Thread: compgt Blog: Should i bring the top tech companies to court?

  1. #31
    Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2018
    Location
    Philippines
    Posts
    121
    Thanks
    31
    Thanked 2 Times in 2 Posts
    My money was *legitimate* from Hollywood music and movies, and my science and technologies, starting up the tech companies. I co-own Apple, Microsoft, Google and Facebook etc. but were taken from me. I want to own now these tech companies.

    ***

    These smartphones are my "standards" too. I standardized their specs and technologies for the different companies, avoiding patents of one another. For the most part, these specs and features are already my "better refinements" of the underlying technologies, especially cameras, distributed according to my timeline of technological improvements. The Apple technologies are mine, specifically, and Samsung technologies too. This i did in the 1970s. The Chinese smartphones companies were planned by or with me too. So i co-own Huawei, Oppo, Xiaomi, and Realme. When the top companies were stolen from me, they would offer me to create a new company, complete with a portfolio or lineup of its technologies.

    This is what happened to me in the end, creating and creating new companies after one was stolen from me. So i knew i was designing the "timeline" of technologies, not only in smartphones but in most other gadgets and appliances as well.

    Yet now i haven't enjoyed the more-pricey and more high-tech smartphones or digital cameras, because i don't have money, and when in fact i invented their technologies?! I need my billion$ from these smartphones companies.

    It's too hard for you to believe because you were conditioned too much by the news and media press releases about these tech giants' making and history. My pronouncements introduce a cognitive dissonance in your minds and belief systems. You must take my statements here as *truth*, even if their purpose is also to make money for me, not just to reveal the true history of modern computing. But of course, you have the right to your own beliefs, i respect that.

    I ask $125bn from Microsoft, $100bn from Apple, $110bn from Google, $100bn from Facebook, $25bn from IBM, $25bn from Intel, $20bn from AMD, $75bn from Samsung, etc, but a few tens of billion$ will suffice. I remember Jeff Bezos acknowledging my co-ownership of the planned Amazon too. I was the planner/moderator of all these tech giants' making and starting up, that i will be billionaire co-founder too, i said. Please help me inform these tech giants. #PayTamayo

  2. #32
    Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Location
    Planet Earth
    Posts
    1,040
    Thanks
    104
    Thanked 420 Times in 293 Posts
    Quote Originally Posted by compgt View Post
    I ask $125bn from Microsoft, $100bn from Apple, $110bn from Google, $100bn from Facebook, $25bn from IBM, $25bn from Intel, $20bn from AMD, $75bn from Samsung, etc, but a few tens of billion$ will suffice.
    If you can claim without proof, anybody can claim without proof, there are 8bln people then after lawsuit costs there is nothing left for each person.

    Most technologies are not developed by the big tech companies themselves, they license tech or hire a consultancy company to build tech or buy a company for their tech. For example SMS was developed by CMG (since 2002 merged with Logica and under that name). Early 1998 I had to wait 5 hours at their office because I accompanied somebody who had a job interview at CMG Telecom what took 5 hours. I was bored and wrote at one A4 paper in very small writings and with small drawings the future of mobile phones combined with Internet and how they could build it. I gave it to them for free, they read it, where surprised and asked me if I was interested in working for them, I said no.

    Everything I wrote at that paper happened the next 5-10 years but that’s a natural process, everybody with a working brain and keen with tech and social aspects could figure that out. Thousands of people have the same ideas and probably nobody even the once who wrote it down and passed it true had any influence, if they did nothing evolution wend the same direction because it’s a natural direction. In the end it’s hard labor what create something, ideas are only seeds. That inventing I wend for to the patent office I wrote in an early post is still not to buy and we are 30 years further. Ideas and patents alone have no value if nobody go to build, use and perfecting them.

  3. #33
    Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2018
    Location
    Philippines
    Posts
    121
    Thanks
    31
    Thanked 2 Times in 2 Posts
    Quote Originally Posted by Sportman View Post
    If you can claim without proof, anybody can claim without proof, there are 8bln people than after lawsuit costs there is nothing left for each person.

    Most technologies are not developed by the big tech companies themselves, they license tech or hire a consultancy company to build tech or buy a company for their tech. ...

    Everything I wrote at that paper happened the next 5-10 years but that’s a natural process, everybody with a working brain and keen with tech and social aspects could figure that out. Thousands of people have the same ideas and probably nobody even the once who wrote it down and passed it true had any influence, if they did nothing evolution wend the same direction because it’s a natural direction. In the end it’s hard labor what create something, ideas are only seeds. That inventing I wend for to the patent office I wrote in an early post is still not to buy and we are 30 years further. Ideas and patents alone have no value if nobody go to build, use and perfecting them.

    It already happened in the late 1970s to the early 80s. These smartphones were already existent; we designed and invented them. Those 1970s people were clearly with what you say "working brain and keen with tech." I believe they're the relics of 1960's Cold War who were very good with techs, who knew flight technologies of their own, who had computers and control systems of their own, and who were even space-based.

    I believe the Japanese had the lead in smartphones, the iPhone and Samsung looking smartphones though unusually thicker before with their GUI. The Chinese and Koreans had to go through me to show their techs. I gave them our improved technologies too. They would show to Americans their advancements in smartphones, that the Americans just had to honor these very persistent Chinese tech groups. I allowed Nokia too, but see, the precedence and advanced features of those Chinese smartphones made them existing again. I was constantly improving on technologies. I was with early military scientists, who gave me ideas on technologies, let's say batteries. I wanted World Balance. I was an Asian. I maintained the US and British lead, what can i say? In space and aviation, i decided Boeing to be US and Airbus to be British, for example. I was with powerful American families and groups and wealthy and influential British Monarchs and Royalty. I was supposed to co-own these two aviation companies also. When i say "power" it means military superpower. They got their military's backing.

    But clearly, these Apple techs were my better refinements already, as with other companies' technologies allotted by me. My family co-owns Apple that we built its computers, e.g., the colorful iMacs i remember, etc. I had to insert the iPod music player in Apple's portfolio of products. These iPods were largely seen in the commercial streets of Manila in the 1970s, not Apple brand yet. Asian techs were highly coveted. The Philippines was very advanced.

    I was weighing in what country would emerge superior in tech. Help the Asians, of course. The Asians/Chinese were a powerful force in Star Trek Cold War, so they got smartphones popularity and quantum computing lead now. The Cold War was a real War. It must end immediately and we must develop a balanced world, we said.

  4. #34
    Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Location
    Planet Earth
    Posts
    1,040
    Thanks
    104
    Thanked 420 Times in 293 Posts
    Quote Originally Posted by compgt View Post
    It already happened in the late 1970s to the early 80s. These smartphones were already existent; we designed and invented them.
    Impossible, I helped somebody with a Nokia 9210 Communicator somewhere round 2001 to use Internet and it had a keyboard, two older models from 1996/1998 had no keyboard. Nokia (European based) was the leader that time no Asian companies at the market, Motorola (US based) was an other big player.

    I saw somewhere in 2005/2006 an Asian scientist demo a touch screen (old tech) with gestures (this was new), like zooming in/out and I thought wow!, Steve Jobs probably also and Apple launched the first smartphone in summer 2007.

    Microsoft was also close:
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/rese...d-interaction/

  5. #35
    Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2018
    Location
    Philippines
    Posts
    121
    Thanks
    31
    Thanked 2 Times in 2 Posts
    Quote Originally Posted by Sportman View Post
    Impossible, I helped somebody with a Nokia 9210 Communicator somewhere round 2001 to use Internet and it had a keyboard, two older models from 1996/1998 had no keyboard. Nokia (European based) was the leader that time no Asian companies at the market, Motorola (US based) was an other big player.

    I saw somewhere in 2005/2006 an Asian scientist demo a touch screen (old tech) with gestures (this was new), like zooming in/out and I thought wow!, Steve Jobs probably also and Apple launched the first smartphone in summer 2007.

    Microsoft was also close:
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/rese...d-interaction/

    Of course, they must had kept the technologies, top secret, or the designs and specs. They got time to study and re-implement the said technologies. In grade school in the 1980s, Nokia people went to me in our school to inquire of my knowledge of smartphones technologies and its future. I recall Indira Gandhi was with them, if it was really her.

    I am saying my tech timetable was followed, honored, according to peace negotiations among Nations. On another note, they followed my timetable of technologies because they were mostly my technologies -- so they were thinking they won't need to pay me because they were betraying me anyway. My (or my family's) company ownership rights will just go to them.

    I was developing touch screen techs too before, always doubling their sensitivity to the fullest. Korea very early on was very advanced with flat screen TVs and monitors. Everybody was following me, eager for my science and technologies (because they can improve theirs).

    Microsoft technologies are largely mine, from old DOS to Windows, MS Office, Visual Studio compilers, XBox, up to early Microsoft quantum computing technologies. My family were Microsoft developers, were pioneer quantum computing researchers. Microsoft is mine, i co-own. Bill Gates was stealing my Microsoft ownerships, even my Hollywood music and movies! @Scotus must order Microsoft to pay me.
    Last edited by compgt; 15th July 2020 at 16:51.

  6. #36
    Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Location
    Planet Earth
    Posts
    1,040
    Thanks
    104
    Thanked 420 Times in 293 Posts
    Quote Originally Posted by compgt View Post
    they must had kept the technologies, top secret, or the designs and specs.
    I have worked with tech that was 15-30 years old before it was used in the civil sector, as far I know a smartphone has no military advantage only a disadvantage if you use it yourself. It can be tracked, hacked and jammed, need to be charged, give light in the dark and can't be operated with wet fingers. I doubt they ever made a prototype of a device what let enemies spy on them.

    The tablet has for maintenance, but also there it was Apple who introduced it as usable version in 2010, before it was mainly an address book and agenda.

  7. #37
    Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2018
    Location
    Philippines
    Posts
    121
    Thanks
    31
    Thanked 2 Times in 2 Posts
    Quote Originally Posted by Sportman View Post
    I have worked with tech that was 15-30 years old before it was used in the civil sector, as far I know a smartphone has no military advantage only a disadvantage if you use it yourself. It can be tracked, hacked and jammed, need to be charged, give light in the dark and can't be operated with wet fingers. I doubt they ever made a prototype of a device what let enemies spy on them.

    The tablet has for maintenance, but also there it was Apple who introduced it as usable version in 2010, before it was mainly an address book and agenda.

    Smartphones are good for easy access to the internet. There are times that smartphone users need to be tracked for security purposes such as police matters. Selective advertising too. I want to be known to Google, because i was huge, and needs top protection from them now, for my web sites, blogger, and gmails.

    Today's telecommunications signaling systems were my design, my standards, if followed to the letter, maybe up to 5G networks. I was with the Americans and British in this. We designed the telecoms technologies followed by AT&T, Sprint, MCI, BT Networks, and other early telecoms companies. I recall i had satellite access while making the TV series "Star Trek: Voyager".

  8. #38
    Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Location
    Planet Earth
    Posts
    1,040
    Thanks
    104
    Thanked 420 Times in 293 Posts
    Quote Originally Posted by compgt View Post
    Smartphones are good for easy access to the internet.
    You talk about 70s and 80s, I send my first email in 1990, used for the first time a web browser in 1993, used a notebook with color screen in 1995, but there was only slow speed wired dial up Internet that time.

    Military use military grade full rugged notebooks and nowadays also tablets:
    https://www.getac.com/us/products/laptops/
    https://www.durabook.com/us/laptops-us/
    https://na.panasonic.com/us/computer...lds/computers/

    https://www.getac.com/us/products/tablets/
    https://www.durabook.com/us/tablets-us/
    https://na.panasonic.com/us/computer...helds/tablets/

    I expect a device like Google Glass to be useful for them too:
    https://www.google.com/glass/start/

  9. #39
    Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2018
    Location
    Philippines
    Posts
    121
    Thanks
    31
    Thanked 2 Times in 2 Posts
    Quote Originally Posted by Sportman View Post
    You talk about 70s and 80s, I send my first email in 1990, used for the first time a web browser in 1993, used a notebook with color screen in 1995, but there was only slow speed wired dial up Internet that time.

    Military use military grade full rugged notebooks and nowadays also tablets:
    https://www.getac.com/us/products/laptops/
    https://www.durabook.com/us/laptops-us/
    https://na.panasonic.com/us/computer...lds/computers/

    https://www.getac.com/us/products/tablets/
    https://www.durabook.com/us/tablets-us/
    https://na.panasonic.com/us/computer...helds/tablets/

    I expect a device like Google Glass to be useful for them too:
    https://www.google.com/glass/start/

    We field-tested the internet in the 1970s, yes, while i was Starfleet. I experienced email again in the 1990s too, perhaps one-time in late 80s also. Maybe my identity was stolen already by corrupt people using that 1980s email as i never used it again, if i recall correctly. In high school (1988-1992) they went to me and informed me the www was to be formally created in 1994, even asking me to derail it, or should be pushed to 1994, but i knew there was a timetable for that already on a peaceful no-Cold War planet.

    Google Glass is a nuisance to the eyes.
    Last edited by compgt; 15th July 2020 at 21:08.

  10. #40
    Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Location
    Planet Earth
    Posts
    1,040
    Thanks
    104
    Thanked 420 Times in 293 Posts
    Quote Originally Posted by compgt View Post
    Google Glass is a nuisance to the eyes.
    All wireless microwave radiation can damage the eyes and body. Exposed people become older because it slow down the power station of the exposed body cells, it lower the quality of life because the exposed defense and repair cells also slow down. This can lead to fatty blood with high Cholesterol, what can lead to obesity and diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancer.

  11. #41
    Member
    Join Date
    May 2008
    Location
    USA
    Posts
    47
    Thanks
    0
    Thanked 5 Times in 5 Posts
    Quote Originally Posted by compgt View Post
    I recall i had satellite access while making the TV series "Star Trek: Voyager".
    Have you ever been diagnosed as having schizophrenia with paranoid delusions?

  12. Thanks:

    JamesWasil (23rd July 2020)

  13. #42
    Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2018
    Location
    Philippines
    Posts
    121
    Thanks
    31
    Thanked 2 Times in 2 Posts
    Quote Originally Posted by Trixter View Post
    Have you ever been diagnosed as having schizophrenia with paranoid delusions?

    How rude. Be kind. Have an open mind.

    I made the many Star Trek TV series to document the 1970s Cold War at best, and to entertain people. And to earn from them.

  14. #43
    Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Location
    Planet Earth
    Posts
    1,040
    Thanks
    104
    Thanked 420 Times in 293 Posts
    Basic computer stuff as mouse https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dougla...uter_Mouse.jpg, copy/paste/edit, network, hypertext link, video conferencing, shared working etc. we use today was already invented round 1965 as oN-Line System https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NLS_(computer_system) at ARC https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augmen...esearch_Center and SRI https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SRI_International

    December 9, 1968 (The Mother of All Demos https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mother_of_All_Demos) demo:

    Summary:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6rKUf9DWRI

    Full:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJDv-zdhzMY

  15. #44
    Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Location
    Planet Earth
    Posts
    1,040
    Thanks
    104
    Thanked 420 Times in 293 Posts

Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12

Similar Threads

  1. Best way to bring compression software to market
    By Blindtech in forum Random Compression
    Replies: 36
    Last Post: 3rd January 2021, 06:09
  2. DLI ? Other top level lossy image compressors?
    By cbloom in forum Data Compression
    Replies: 49
    Last Post: 11th September 2014, 11:07
  3. How to build a developer blog / download site the easy way?
    By packDEV in forum The Off-Topic Lounge
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 10th January 2014, 22:17

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •