Apple Amends Complaint Against Samsung
Apple has updated the lawsuit it filed against Samsung over alleged copycat designs, and has doubled the number of offending devices from 14 to 28. The devices added to the lawsuit include the Droid Charge, Exhibit 4G, Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Prevail, Galaxy S, Gravity, Infuse 4G, Nexus S 4G, Replenish, Sidekick, Galaxy Tab 10.1, and Galaxy S 2. In addition to the newly-named devices, Apple also added three new utility patents for a total of eight, and now has five design patents listed instead of three. In the amended complaint, Apple used stronger language to point out Samsung's brazen behavior, and said Samsung created "products that blatantly imitate the appearance of Apple's products to capitalize on Apple's success." Today, Samsung is due to turn over to Apple's outside counsel a handful of devices, including the Galaxy S2, Galaxy Tab 8.9, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Infuse 4G, and Droid Charge — along with the packaging and promotional materials. Last, a judge is set to decide whether or not Samsung has a right to see unannounced tablet and phone devices from Apple, which Samsung contends copy its designs.
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Apple can f**k off
And you don't see Mercedes suing hyundai cus their cars are very similar to Mercedes!
When you at the top, you don't need to sue!
I guess it' time for apple to fall fr...
Their adamancy in keeping tradition is very honorable, but it should not fuel their poignant attitude. They need to evolve with advancing interests. I tired of the proprietary world of...
3 billion dollars = not overhyped.
Who buys Samsung phones?
That's the quote of the day, sir.
Samsung phones are almost unanimously terrible- they tend to quit after about getting 80% of the design right. From back in the days of feature phones that lacked proper T9 implementation to the Google-advised-agai
Steve Jobless and Apple can suck it
When You're No Longer Competitive...
Apple can go to hell
I really have a problem with this claim...
I can't think of another industry where companies don't try to capitalize in some shape or form on their competition's business directives.
Companies have no control if competiton comes to their area. They do however, have the control to find a way to culminate an attraction for consumers. A burger is a burger. What you do with that burger, is what attracts the consumer. You have the same burger for years and then competition decides to take that burger and make it more attractive. Now it's the originator's turn to return with something even more attractive.
"Imitating" a certain aspect is NOT illegal. Using both th...
however, compared to the majority of the other manufacturers out there, apple is still very new to the cellular phone game. first iphone released in 2007. samsung sits easily at number 2 in market share with over 18...
I'm still waiting for the Chinese iPhone Clone running iOS
Samsung is just the beginning....
This will be called the phone wars which will play in out in the courtroom as opposed to the market. Call it greed.