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  why?  Nokia is in bed with Microsoft and Microsoft with Apple.  Microsoft's friend is Apple's friend. 
  Faisal's version (below) requires a goggles with cheap sensors (cameras).  Not sure how Samsung's version would turn out, but I'm guessing the tech is a bit too early for mass consumption (beta?) and the target audience for eye tracking/scrolling/etc extremely small.  Most users won't constantly use the feature to use their S4, so I don't think battery life is going to be a show stopper.   
  Yep.  The judgement amount will be further reduced in the court of appeal, to less than $100M and, who knows, maybe the appeal court judge will also uphold some of Samsung's patents infringement claim.
    sounds like Mannheim & Dusseldorf.
  That's because Samsung is no longer making/selling the infringed models (and I believe Koh is not yet done making adjustment to the $1B judgement) . If Apple wins the appeal, Apple would get to collect $1B, plus interest.  
  Apple who initiated the lawsuit also destroyed email evidence. The Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal granted the adverse jury instruction against Samsung when Apple filed the email spoilation charges, but when Samsung filed the same motion against Apple, Grewal denied Samsung's motion stating the filing missed the *tentative* deadline, one day after Apple'd filed theirs.   Needlessly to say, this was an embarrassment to Grewal who clearly exhibited bias against Samsung. Koh...
    Why not?  Samsung manufactures memory chips and Apple's Ax processors down in Austin, Texas.  In fact, Samsung Austin Semiconductor has been around since 1997 and has invested over $12B in that area so far. 
    top notch quality?  Did you even read the article? There are already quality control issues with larger displays according to Jeffrey's report.    Also, doesn't Samsung control something like 95+% of the AMOLED market?
  Is there any way to block Appleinsider moderators?
  Well, there are already plenty of scholarship/grants (jobs upon graduation) for those who want to study math/science/engineering now, but many Americans still shy away from hard subjects.
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