The 4 patents are listed above in the article I believe the biggest one was regarding Siri. The tablet that they got the injunction against already has a newer version out, but I believe that their is a fee for Samsung to have to pay Apple now. Samsung won a case last week where Apple will have to pay them money. Now this Samsung Google Nexus phone, when I looked it up all I could find is an older phone from last year, from October of 2011. Not being familiar with android personally is there a newer version of this out? Color me confused with so many android phones and names. I keep seeing news articles saying Nexus "device" which isn't right from what I can find it's only the phone.
Nexus is the common product name for Android-based devices which are Google co-developed flagship products such as Nexus One by HTC Corporation, Galaxy Nexus by Samsung, Nexus S by Samsung and Nexus 7 tablet by Asus.
The advantage of Android-based Nexus products is that the devices are typically high-end, fully featured devices with "stock" Android which means you are in theory purchasing a market-leading device that will actually receive software updates and lacks most, if not all, carrier bloatware as a result. In my opinion, Android-based Nexus products are the closest the Android platform is (without modification) to the Apple iOS experience.
Edited by MacBook Pro - 6/29/12 at 7:50pm