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Apple Asks For $707M More in Damages from Samsung

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bluecoyote

Sep 23, 2012, 6:12 PM

For anyone siding with Samsung

Open up the calendar app on a Galaxy Note or S3, notice the cruddy fake leather which is somehow even worse than Apple's cruddy fake leather, and note...

1) It was deliberately styled to resemble Apple's fake leather calendar on the iPad and MacOS.

2) The stock Android calendar is much more beautiful than either.

3) Even Apple's ugly fake leather calendar is more attractive than the Samsung knockoff.

4) Samsung's ugly fake leather calendar is less functional than the stock Android Calendar

Now ask yourself-
Is Apple really stifling innovation with these lawsuits, or simply stifling a bunch of morons so lazy with their design and execution that they aren't even tasteful as to what they *copy.*
Your example has nothing to do with the patents in this case.

And yes, Apple is stifling innovation.
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someone sounds like a bitter apple user. everything apple has done has been stolen or should i say "borrowed" from other companies. apple never did anythign themselves. from computers to mp3 players. if your biggest defense that apple is the one "crea...
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http://www.infoworld.com/d/mobile-technology/samsung ... »

One of many news items that show how easy overturning this "Win" for Apple is going to be. Jury Misconduct is big big big.

Everyone knows Apple is...
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Ashke13

Sep 23, 2012, 9:59 AM

WOW

Apple is seriously pushing it to the limit, funny how their greed increased and are now asking for yet more money from Samsung around the same time of the release of the craphone5.
Apple has settled comfortably into the 'evil empire' position that was previously occupied by Microsoft....but it won't help....as the New York Time argues....Apple has peaked....

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/22/opinion/nocera-has ... »...
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thenewempire

Sep 23, 2012, 1:51 PM

Samsung is winning everywhere else...

Samsung did nothing wrong. This is all about an american jury siding with an american company. The case has been lost by Apple in 4 other countries. The day a company can win a case over things like rectangles with rounded corners is the day innovation stops.
thenewempire said:
Samsung did nothing wrong. This is all about an american jury siding with an american company. The case has been lost by Apple in 4 other countries. The day a company can win a case over things like rectangles wi
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I'm willing to guess product design isn't your profession.

No, Samsung copied Apple's trade dress, design elements.... and UI conventions.... and iconography, all of which Apple had trademarked or patented.

Americans aren't Koreans- there's no ...
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alpaca_camel

Sep 24, 2012, 6:54 AM

and remember, when posting something in PS against apple ...

DO NOT FEED THE TROLLS.
Mark_S

Sep 23, 2012, 10:00 PM

$707M

More in CEO and management bonuses........

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thejonnotjohn

Sep 23, 2012, 11:06 AM

Make they saw samsungs new comercial...

...and they are a little upset...haha
That commercial is awesome.....very funny.... Laughing
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SteveNYC

Oct 31, 2011, 12:09 AM
over in the "Samsung Exhibit II 4G / Galaxy Exhibit 4G" discussion:

T-Mobile & AT&T 3G/4G bands?

This phone appears to have the necessary radios to handle T-Mobile 4G at 1700MHz (makes sense since it's marketed as a T-Mobile 4G phone). But it also is indicated as having the ability to operate on 850MHz and 1900MHz, which are AT&T 3G frequencies.

Does this mean that an unlocked Exhibit II 4G could be used on either T-Mobile or AT&T? That would be kind of nice.
Probably, although I can't guarantee it.

It's designed this way to be future-proof for the AT&T merger. It will continue to get HSPA+ service even after AT&T converts the 1700 AWS band to LTE.
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I don't know about AT&T but using a spectrum analyzer I've found that it works on 1700Mhz using WCDMA to get what T-Mobile calls "4G" but speeds are only up to 5.6Mb at the T-Mobile store where you'd think the speed would be the best. It gets Edge usi...
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Tofuchong

Dec 8, 2011, 7:25 PM
over in the "Samsung Exhibit II 4G / Galaxy Exhibit 4G" discussion:

Don't buy this phone

Get the original Exhibit. Original exhibit supports HSPA+ 21.1 Mbps, while this one is only HSPA+ 14.4. I really wonder why they did that. Same processor speed too.
Well it only works on 4G, if you can get it, and can't get 3G at all. However I've found that 3G on my old phone is faster than 4G at the T-Mobile store on this phone. I've got speeds up to 6.7Mb on my old 3G phone but only got up to 5.6Mb on this pho...
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Tofuchong

Apr 10, 2012, 6:25 PM
over in the "Samsung Exhibit II 4G / Galaxy Exhibit 4G" discussion:

When are you going to Correct this Device's name ?

On March 28th, Samsung officially changed the name of this device to the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit 4G. Was wondering when this will be reflected on the site ?
There's supposed to be a software update that reflects the new name I'm guessing that when the 'official" name changes
TizMe

Dec 15, 2011, 8:37 PM
over in the "Samsung Exhibit II 4G / Galaxy Exhibit 4G" discussion:

Combining phone numbers

How do I get rid of the "double" numbers on the exhibit II. I keep my phone numbers on my SIM card and when they put it in my new phone it copied them to the phone and now both are showing when I bring up my contact list.
 
 
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