http://www.androidauthority.com/ste...rnia-trial-verdict-i-dont-think-stick-114623/ If theres one big-time techie that everyone loves, thats surely Steve Wozniak. You can always count on The Woz to speak his mind about anything tech related, and, while sometimes his brutal honesty might hurt some feelings, his passion towards technology and his charisma will make up for basically everything. Apples co-founder might be perceived like a buffoon from time to time, with such funny claims in his recent track record that Windows Phone is better than Android and a lot of people say Siri, I say poo-poo. Still, this is one guy that Android enthusiasts, Apple fanboys and Microsoft fans can all trust to express his honest views, and not opinions influenced by money or loyalty to one company or the other. Wozniaks latest statements might again raise a few eyebrows, especially to those that still thought he had remaining ties with Apple, a company that he helped build in the 70s. Ready for this? The Woz says that he hates the patent conflicts in the tech world, and that I dont think the decision of California will hold. And I dont agree with it very small things I dont really call that innovative. The decision of California of course refers to the recent verdict in the Apple vs Samsung legal patent war, which saw Apple come out as a winner (and a victim), and which will sooner or later force Sammy to pay damages in the amount of $1 billion (although the sum might be reduced after appeals). We cant say were very surprised of Wozniaks view on the issue, as he has always been a supporter of real groundbreaking innovations, but the following statement might still sound a little bizarre. I wish everybody would just agree to exchange all the patents and everybody can build the best forms they want to use everybodys technologies. said The Woz in a short interview with Bloomberg. I think thats the first time were hearing this kind of cutthroat scenario, and, although weve never been supporters of Apples attacks against Android, the exchanging of all patents would have things going a bit too far, wouldnt it? What would be the point of patents in the first place in that case? And wouldnt that crush real innovation? Well, lets agree to disagree with Wozniak on this one, but lets also see what he had to say about the newly unveiled iPhone 5, which some are already calling a disappointment. Surprisingly, The Woz said that he is always excited about every iPhone product because there are always good advances. He also said he hoped to see an improvement on the phones camera, as the Galaxy S3 has already undercut the old iPhone 4Ss shooter. Wozniak also showed his diplomatic side, saying that hell refrain from making more comments until after testing the iPhone 5 for himself. That seems fair, although we would have expected a pun or two on Apples lack of original ideas for the new iPhone. Oh, well, maybe next time What do you think of these claims? Do you agree with Wozniak that everyone should exchange patents in the tech world? Will the California verdict be overturned completely? And is the iPhone 5 exciting in any way?