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Really? And you do?
I believe it's Sharp, but Sharp & LG reportedly had difficulty manufacturing the display panels in volume.http://www.reghardware.com/2012/03/1...aperture_tech/Well, at least we now know where Apple would be without Samsung's flash, cpu, or display.
I agree that numbers don't mean anything, but how would you know that Samsung's patents are not worthy? but Apple's patents are? Company A has 100,000 patents, many of which are widely licensed (including those considered essential FRAND) and employed to promote / advance technology. Company B has 1,000 patents, many of which are based on obvious design / prior art. The patents are mainly used to intimidate competitors and maintain its market dominance.
why so anti-Samsung? Samsung is too busy making new iPad's display / Cpu / nand - iPad 3 is more like 60% Samsung now.
you talk'ng about Apple?
hate to be nitpicky, but Samsung is based in Suwon, South Korea.
Now I'm starting to wonder - Samsung has supposedly over 100+K technology patents worldwide (+30+K granted in US alone) and recently announced that they set aside $200M for legal battle against Apple - so where is exactly all that $200M going to? Are they all defensive patents (or FRAND)?
Judge Annabel's injunction was overturned by a higher court in AU.. She may be just a clueless judge - which may or may not work in Samsung's favor this time around.
consider boycotting all electronic goods from Apple, HP, Sony, Verizon, etc.. iPhone is also 25% Samsung (component & price wise).
Well, based on what we've observed so far from Apple's lawsuits in Germany to Holland to Austrialia, it seems like the Austrialian and the Dusseldorf courts are by far the most patent holder friendly courts. so why not?
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