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Apple Gains Two Small Wins in Pending Patent Case

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Jan 22, 2014, 8:32 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Apple was handed two minor victories by the judge overseeing the forthcoming patent case between the iPhone maker and Samsung. Federal Judge Lucy Koh, who has handled the bulk of the litigation between the two companies in the U.S., ruled that some Samsung devices infringed on an Apple patent for word recommendations, or auto-correct. Further, Koh deemed another Samsung patent, pertaining to multimedia syncing across devices, invalid. Samsung expressed frustration with the decisions. The rulings put Apple in a better legal standing ahead of the trial, which is scheduled to start in March. The March trial is separate from the one that took place in August 2012, and covers Samsung's more recent devices, including the Galaxy S III.

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Jan 23, 2014, 9:10 AM

Those two gains probably loses them even more fans

Apple's patent hunt was annoying ten cases ago now its just borderline stupid. Just because you have more money then you know what to do with don't cause a million wasteful cases. Instead invest that money in research and development so your next iPhone has more invovations then just a finger print scanner, and a new amber colored flash. 64 bit processor is nice, but since the majority of apps and games most people play require a fraction of that power to work, it was just added to hope that "real" gamers will actually ditch their home consoles to play shiny games on their iPhone.
I take offence to the implication that gamers own iphones! lol

Jan 22, 2014, 3:41 PM

Bias much?

I would think so.
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