Originally Posted by Rabbit_Coach
Apple did exactly the right thing, by following the rule by the letter.
I am more concerned about people like you, I still don't get it, why you are wasting your time in this...
Apple. basically mocked the orders of the UK judge and made a fool of him.
Not agreeing with his ruling is one thing, but to bring in other European courts decisions is going too far.
This is contempt of court.
Originally Posted by BARCODE
TechCurch wrote that BOTH companies would come out of a split in business relations unscathed.
That's complete RUBBISH!
We all know Samsung would most definitely come out...
Originally Posted by Wurm5150
Apparently one of the two prior art that invalidated the rubber band patent is Apple's own patent..
Scratching my head..
How a company's patent be invalidated based on prior art...
Seems like Apple just wants to patent anything and everything, hoping the slow response by the patent office will give them enough time for legal injunctions and block competitors from releasing products.
Or in other words,...
Originally Posted by Tulkas
It will happen eventually but it is more likely to be Apple's choice than Samsung's. Samsung knows it would be dumb to completely forgo lucrative guaranteed sales from Apple in...
Samsung, Mr. Newman said, may be better off with customers that don’t apply the pricing and margin pressure that Apple can because of its huge purchase volumes. “Since Apple is the worst possible customer to imagine...