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Samsung Takes A Hit In Famed Apple vs. Samsung Trial

clock August 28, 2012 23:01 by author Jeremy

In what's possibly the largest piece of tech news these days, consumers and developers alike have been reeling back at the results of the Apple vs. Samsung trial. The jury's verdict claims that Samsung, "...should have known or did know they were infringing," and Samsung must now pay over a billion dollars in damages. The patents in question alleged that Samsung copied the Apple iPhone's physical design and user interface.

The trial isn't exactly over yet, though. The jurors made their decision quite fast (a little too fast, even for legal experts) - for them to gloss over 100-pages of rules as to what they should be judging, only to come out hours later with a verdict, seemed a little sketchy. The jurors are defending their verdict, but some people have even pointed out flaws in their logic as far as calculating the damages owed. Samsung will likely use this in their appeal of the decision.

While Apple floats on cloud nine, with CEO Tim Cook issuing an internal memo regarding Samsung's thieving ways, the rest of the world has been left wondering what the next stage is. The courts will continue the case of Apple vs. Samsung, but where does this place other manufacturers such as HTC and Nokia? Large companies such as Google and Microsoft have even chimed in, with the former stating that, "Most of these [patent claims] don't relate to the core Android operating system, and several are being re-examined by the US Patent Office."

If you were planning on buying any Samsung cell phones in the near future, you might want to do it sooner rather than later - Apple is already trying to figure out which of the infringed products they'd liked banned.

Sources: latimes, mashable, theverge (1), theverge (2)



Samsung Galaxy S II Released – AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Not Verizon

clock August 26, 2011 01:05 by author Ty

Samsung Galaxy S II

The long awaited Samsung Galaxy S II is getting released August 20, 2011 and will be available for AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint networks. However, the Galaxy S 2 will not be available for Verizon.  You’ll have to settle for the long awaited Droid Bionic that will be available September 8, 2011 for Verizon.  With those two Android phones being the new smartphone hot items for Q4, Apple’s iPhone 5 should show a later release sometime between September and October.

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