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I'm not surprised that Grewal, again, ruled in Apple & Nokia's favor.  In 2012, Grewal also rejected Samsung's charge against Apple's evidence spoliation, reasoning that Samsung's motion was one day past the tentative deadline, or one day after he'd accepted Apple's charge against Samsung.  Grewal's ruling was later overturned after a brief public outcry.   In this case again, both MOFO and QE leaked their licensing agreements with other parties, but Samsung's law firm...
 You mean Samsung needs Apple's fashion design R&D?  LOL
 Right, Apple doesn't do any in-house manufacturing and Apple has little or no display screen techs themselves; Apple's recent acquisition of LuxVue notwithstanding. Samsung is pretty much the only supplier / consumer in the mobile OLED space. For instance, Samsung's AMOLED world marketshare is still close to 95%.  It's not that there is no demand outside Samsung -- HTC tried it, but later switched to LCD due to production shortages at Samsung in 2010. No other display...
 ended SOON?  It's just the beginning.. 
 Welcome to Dilger's spinzone.   While I question the cause of the YoY decrease (-3.3%), this is still one of Samsung's most profitable quarters in their history.  But didn't we expect their sales to slow in the pre-release quarter?  II thought it was bizarre Samsung somehow managed 7 consecutive QoQ growth in 2012 and 2013. Samsung is on track to match or surpass Apple's profit in 2Q and 3Q of this year with their S5 release.
 Are you a IP lawyer or a real-estate lawyer?
 Lucy Koh is already in Apple's pocket.
 @sessamoid: Yes, Apple's main contribution in that joint venture was, however, mostly financial.  When Steve Jobs came back, he sold off non-essential business units to save money and gradually sold its entire share of ARM between 1998 and 2004.
 @Tbell: ??  except that LG has been the main display supplier to both Apple and Dell since 1990's.   Samsung has Sony to thank for their growth  in display business, not Apple or Dell.
 First, Dyson's lawsuit is akin to Google/Samsung requesting USPTO to review and invalidate the multitouch screen patent a couple of years ago -- that was not an infringement case.  Second, " Now Samsung - a company with a clear track record of copying products - is so insulted that they're suing Dyson for the accusation."  Sure, why not?  Apple gets away with it all the time.   Take this excerpt from Jonathan Schwartz, former CEO of Sun Micro...
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