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ITC Says Samsung Violated Apple Patents

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Oct 24, 2012, 4:16 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

An administrative law judge with the U.S. International Trade Commission issued a preliminary ruling today that finds Samsung guilty of infringing on several smartphone patents held by Apple. One of the patents pertains to design elements and the other three patents pertain to utilities, though the judge also said Samsung was not guilty of infringing on two of Apple's claims. The ruling will be reviewed by the full counsel later this year before it is finalized. The patents involved cover a wide array of Samsung's smartphones and tablets. The two companies continue to spar in courtrooms around the world over patents.

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T Bone

Oct 24, 2012, 10:21 PM

Why this but..

Why do we get an article about this but not one about the Patent Office declaring Apple's patent on the so called 'rubber band' effect invalid? If upheld this will result in no fewer than 20 of the rulings against Samsung being thrown out....

I don't get it....granted that ruling isn't final...but I expected an article about that on Phone Scoop because it seems kind of significant... Confused
dont be suprise!
when is the last time you see anything negative about apple over here?
Groklaw has the most extensive coverage of this case. They read through every bit of the various filings and decisions.
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