Originally Posted by jragosta
I never claimed that you said they were nothing alike. What you said was:
If that's true, then why is it that a lawyer who has spent months with the two tablets can't tell the...
Originally Posted by bullhead
You pictures show it truely is a copy. Exactly same curved corners. Exactly same width bevel. Exactly same aluminum trim. Oh, the aspect ration is different. Clearly Samesung innovated there. Of...
Originally Posted by allenadams
LG had an iPAD out in 2001! Almost a decade before the Apple's iPAD. Obviously, the idea for these devices are not as "creative" as Apple would like us to think it is.
Originally Posted by Suddenly Newton
So you are equating copying to "healthy competition"? Is that not what you are saying?
I disagree. I think not allowing copying forces one to be original. To think up original...
Originally Posted by AbsoluteDesignz
PS. I agreed with the patent on the bounce back effect. Never once disagreed with that. Also with the more specific wording in their slide to unlock patent. But again. No one sees...
Originally Posted by Feynman
Last thing you want to do is tell a judge that they were wrong!
The husband of the Judge Annabelle Bennett and the Barrister representing Apple in her own court, which awarded the injunction, are...
Originally Posted by MacVicta
Haha, take that, Google!
Depend on which.
I just got a White Galaxy Note for my wife from Hong Kong. It is a top tablet, phone, photo & video camera, note, media...
First, why this is win to Samsung? By March next year, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 would be dead.
Someone in MacRumor site said that the husband of the Judge Annabelle Bennett is a senior council member of 5 Wentworth which representing...
Originally Posted by Arasu
So you can say that if Apple wanted to bribe the judge, there is a legal channel for it. Brilliant!
No, what I am saying is that conflict of interest existed in the injunction decision, as someone...
Originally Posted by hjb
Someone in Macrumors said
"Things to note:
- The injunction against Samsung stands on one product and one product only. Samsung is free to sell any of its upcoming tablets.