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Discussion in 'Tech Talk - Gadgets, Gizmos and Technology' started by dpeters11, Aug 24, 2012.
I hope not more than one or two!
The 'evidence' in the case is that some people "returned a Samsung product because they thought they were getting an Apple product."
I'm not quite sure how that works.
I imagine the carries like Verizon who didn't agree to Apple's terms at that time point was probably glad to have a phone whose UI was similar to the iPhone though... and it's possible that Apple may have lost out on some sales for the iPhone on AT&T when subscribers could get a phone that appeared similar for less money.
I've read multiple stories regarding the trial from different sources, and had not heard any statement referring to people thinking they were getting an iPhone. I don't have much pity for the people who would be so easily fooled...
I do however believe that Samsung borrowed HEAVILY from Apple for their UI... so I personally do not believe they wanted to discourage that from happening...
true - kind of like harley trying to patent the sound of their v-twin... and they tried.
Intersting things coming out about the unpartial jury and the speed in their turn around
This is far from over. Fairly good summary of how the jury botched this one and a judge who appears to have done little to stop it.
round 2 - HTC vs Apple
I hope HTC wins
More on the jury foreman messing things up royally in the Apple-Samsung case:
Me to, would be interesting to see if the Judge decides to order a temporary stop until it is settled