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You don't think Google would litigate if i stole their search IP?   Google is a hypocrite. They complain about software patents and IP when it suits their PR needs and to make Android fans swoon. The truth is they own plenty of software patents they would aggressively sue over if Apple did they same as they do to Apple.
As an Apple stock holder and fan, its not what I want.   No way.   I want iOS to be distinctive with Apple's technologies. If Google can just steal or license that freely, how is iOS different than Android and where is the innovation if they don't actually compete?   Necessity is the mother of innovation, and there is no necessity if you can't leverage your innovation to make more money than the next guy. At some point there will no more room for growth in smart phone...
I really can't stand Andy Rubin's face.
I'm looking forward to Apples new fly over. Google street view is very fun and useful. I am also looking forward to when Google releases it as a stand alone app for iOS. I can have my cake and eat it too.   Frankly, as an Apple stock holder, I agree with the strategy of starving Google of data mining and revenue from arguably one of their best products. Google started this war when they developed  Android and Google Maps is the collateral damage,
Where was there a challenge? You offer nothing of substance.
Please challenge us with specific examples of juror bias, right here, right now. Please do not references to other sites. Otherwise you are engaging heresy, the weakest form of evidence for your points.   Oh by the way, Samsung picked this jury as well as Apple. Everyone has a bias of some sort, even jurors Samsung picked. The process of choosing jurors is to eliminate unfair bias as much as reasonably possible with any group of people. Both sides had a fair chance to do...
Oh please do tell I have read the Verg, and all the coverage of jurors post trial remarks. Please do educate us on one or two of these "dozen" examples of "bias".   Your full of sh*t
McFly, Hello, Isn't the more likely answer that it has nothing to do with the court case but rather people who already wanted to trade in for a new iPhone in 2 weeks?
  I think their tag line is Inspired Lawyers to Convince Jurors We Didn't Willfully Infringe
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