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Apple’s 381 “bounce back” patent could be deemed invalid

by: Mike AndriciAugust 16, 2012
Fortunately for those of us that are more interested in anticipating the final decision, yesterday marked a turning point in Apple vs Samsung patent litigation. In short, Samsung basically tore apart Apple's '381 patent, one oftenly referred to as the "bounce back patent".
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Samsung designer says Galaxy Tab 10.1 was in the works before the iPad

by: Chris SmithAugust 15, 2012

Now that Apple has rested its case, Samsung is on the offensive to try to demonstrate to the jury that it didn’t copy the iPhone and iPad when it comes to certain design elements and that it didn’t infringe various Apple patents that cover certain functions also available on some of Samsung’s Android smartphones and tablets.

The task at hand is rather difficult for Samsung especially considering the kind of internal Samsung documents that Apple brought before the jury, including a memo and a very detailed comparison between the iPhone 3GS and the first Galaxy S prototypes.

Both items revealed Samsung’s desire to make more competitive [...]

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Samsung claims Apple’s iPad design was stolen, introduces new evidence

by: Andrew GrushAugust 15, 2012
The newest move on Samsung's part is to bring in testimony from Roger Fidler, the head of the digital publishing program at the University of Missouri. Fidler says that he actually began working on a tablet design in 1981, and that Apple had exposure to his ideas and prototypes during the mid-1990s. He added that he was working on a device that would work with just a touchscreen, without the need for a stylus. He even had a working model back in 1994.
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Samsung goes on the offensive in the lawsuit against Apple

by: LucianAugust 15, 2012
Apple roughed the feathers of Samsung last week in the first week of the trial, but last week Samsung went on the offensive, accusing Apple of patent infringement not only against some of their patents, but also against other companies, showing evidence of prior art for the multi-touch technology.
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Apple’s suit looks strong but Samsung win still possible

by: Simon HillAugust 14, 2012
As Apple rests, and Judge Koh kicks out the Samsung Galaxy Ace and international versions of the Galaxy S and S II, the focus turns to Samsung. Time to prove that Apple copies too and that many Apple patents should never have been granted.
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Is Google helping Samsung fight Apple?

by: Simon HillAugust 13, 2012
Apple is engaged in a number of lawsuits and countersuits with Android device manufacturers, but so far there has been no direct clash with Google. Is Google helping its partners behind the scenes?
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Apple offered to license patents to Samsung in 2010: $30 per smartphone, $40 per tablet

by: J. Angelo RacomaAugust 11, 2012
Even before Apple accused Samsung of "slavishly" copying its product designs, the Cupertino, CA company said it had offered cross-licensing agreements with Samsung to the tune of $30 per smartphone and $40 per tablet in 2010, or a total of $250 million that year, including cross-licensing discounts.
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South Korean courts postpone Apple vs. Samsung verdict

by: Andrew GrushAugust 10, 2012
While most of the attention in the Apple-Samsung patent war is focused on the high-profile case in California, the South Korean media recently anticipated a ruling in their own country over patent infringement. In a turn of events, the court announced that it had decided to hold off announcing the verdict for "procedural reasons." No explanation was given, although the judges involved in the case are more than likely waiting to see what happens in the American proceedings before making their own decision.
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Trial reveals Samsung and Apple U.S. sales figures

by: Simon HillAugust 10, 2012

One great side effect of the Apple vs Samsung trial is that all sorts of juicy details and secrets are revealed. Exact sales figures for all the different models can be difficult to come by, but yesterday we got a look at the U.S. sales figures for Samsung and Apple. You’ll never guess what Samsung’s top selling phone was. Go on, have a guess.

If you somehow managed to divine the answer as the Samsung Galaxy Prevail carried by Boost Mobile, then give yourself a pat on the back. This budget Android smartphone topped the chart, but that’s because of Samsung’s habit of offering slightly different versions of the same phone on different carriers under different names. If [...]

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Chitika web analytics: Samsung Galaxy S3 increases share of online traffic

by: Simon HillAugust 9, 2012

Samsung’s current flagship Android smartphone is the Galaxy S3 and it is performing rather well for them. Analytics company, Chitika, just released some statistics showing the swift growth in the Galaxy S3’s mobile Web traffic share. The device now accounts for 11.23 percent of all Samsung smartphone Web usage. Considering it only launched in the UK on May 29, and was released in various other markets around the world in the weeks that followed, you can get some idea of how fast the device is selling.

Samsung sold over 10 million Galaxy S3 units in the first couple of months after the end of May release and it is expected to sell over 40 million units by the end of the [...]

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