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A jury of Samsung's peers felt differently, a billion dollars differently.
Some of us work for a living and said work involves HTML, JavaScript, CSS, et. al. not to mention the occasional custom built database with scripts, etc.Being illiterate sure makes that difficult."Tech" stuff isn't really difficult and shouldn't be bragged about
Hardware without software is meaningless. Given your posts and patent theories, you clearly have a bias toward hardware.The marriage of hardware and software is why Apple's products are so popular, and why Samsung has sought to emulate them.
They make Android in house?
So much lies.The difference in display results has to do with tech, yes... The tech of the actual machines and manufacturing skill. They're foundries. Some are better than others. That has nothing to do with the technology behind the display itself, which is owned by Apple.Same with the chips. Apple OWNS their chip. The issue is there are few foundries that can build to the scale and quality that Apple needs.
If its all Samsung tech, then why is Apple able to take its IP and move it to another manufacturer, as it's been doing? Or how can they have multiple vendors build the same component?Maybe because Apple owns and develops the IP and outsources it to be manufactured?If it was all Samsung IP, then Apple couldn't have TSMC or LG or Sharp or any other OEM make it.EDIT: Define "1.5x" as powerful... Do you mean in performance benchmarks? Or because it has more Ghz?
Because the only way to engineer something is to physically manufacture it. D'ok.
Software is meaningless, right? Have fun using your tech without software.Patents can involve the implementation of components.Samsung, like LG, et. al. make components, and make many according to another company's IP and specifications. They're a foundry. That's why Apple's displays have been color representation, and why their SoC's typically beat whatever the comparable Sammy SoC happens to be.
True, I suppose. But unlikely, since multiple companies have to support it, otherwise it's basically proprietary.Usually a standards body will be formed, for instance.Technically a company can invent something, and then release it as an industry standard, but its pretty rare, especially if it involves communication tech that uses bandwidth and frequencies governed by governments.
How else is someone supposed to read it? Earlier you claimed Samsung is inventing 5G.
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