Aside from your point being without one and incorrect on its face, look at that screen. You can do exactly what the "app drawer" does on any of the home screens, which exist in the exact same manner as the iOS Springboard. You can't look at that and not notice that your argument holds no water.
Ooh. We now have a new meaning for the bolded above. I hope to see that get used more.
Samsung deserve to be punished (not in billion of dollars in my opinion), but that could be great, first of all, to see rules in terms of patent modified ! This system is broken since a long time now !
Blah blah, something about pretending that Samsung is in the wrong, blah blah, trying to use that to distract us and soften the blow of the real point of the sentence where we whine about how the patent system is broken, blah blah…
I guess that's the logical conclusion, though. Every single argument that every Samsung astroturfer on here has ever said is completely broken, so all they have left is to attack the very idea of being able to protect intellectual property at all.