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According to one estimate,   http://paidcontent.org/2012/08/30/amazon-says-kindle-fire-makes-up-22-of-u-s-tablet-sales/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+OmMalik+%28GigaOM%3A+Tech%29   Amazon sold 6.1 Kindle Fires in 9 months.   Not particularly impressive.
Can anybody do a sales estimate based on "22% share of U.S. market?"
  Yeah, it's strange.  It's almost as if people are convinced that using Samsung phones has become illegal.   "Mom, you better get rid of your Samsung phone before you get arrested !!"
  Samsung's five stages of grief.   Denial:  "The NDCA verdict starkly contrasts decisions made by courts in a number of other countries, such as the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, and Korea, which have previously ruled that we did not copy Apple’s designs."      Anger:  "Samsung will combat Apple's attempt to ban the sales of eight smartphones with "all necessary measures," the company said in a statement issued to The Wall Street Journal.   Bargaining:...
Fabulous !!
  Relax, Tally !!   As someone (Churchill, Keynes, Samuelson?) responded once, "When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do, sir"?   You are allowed to change your mind.
C'mon !! You didn't just say that it was a terrible idea.  You said that it was never going to happen.     So, let's see.  A rastacap, a porkpie, or a slouch maybe?  A planter's hat, a patrol cap, or a panama? Oh, I know.  A dunce cap !!   And, about the iPhone nano.  You can never say never.  Can you?
Time to eat your hat is coming up, Tally boy !!   What is it going to be? A beret, a stetson, a fedora, a sombrero, a deerstalker, or a beanie?  Let us know which one you are planning to eat, OK?
  Before initiating the lawsuits, Jobs went to Samsung and requested that they stop copying Apple's designs.  Samsung refused.  Apple has offered to license at least some of its patents to Samsung.  Samsung has said no.  Apple has taken the high road.  But, you cannot expect them to roll over and play dead when their intellectual property is being stolen.   I have a high regard for Horace Deidu, but suing your competitor for IP infringements is a perfectly good business...
What about Google?  I think it should be forced to pay at least some part of the damages that Samsung will have to pay.
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