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Expert says Samsung phones, tablets infringe
News & Analysis  
8/6/2012   13 comments
An expert witness testifying for Apple said as many as 11 Samsung phones and two tablets infringe Apple design patents.
IPhone created ‘crisis of design’ at Samsung
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8/6/2012   16 comments
A Samsung executive said the company had a “crisis of design” because the difference in user interfaces on the iPhone and Samsung handsets were like “Heaven and Earth.”
Apple v Samsung: Rights and Wrongs
Blog  
8/6/2012   22 comments
Both Apple and Samsung are right—and wrong—and here’s what I think both sides ought to do to get some sanity back into the mobile industry and the patent process.
Court hears of Jobs’ penchant for secrecy
News & Analysis  
8/4/2012   8 comments
Apple’s penchant for secrecy came into the spotlight in testimony in its patent infringement case Friday as iOS manager Scott Forstall (pictured) took the stand.
Court scrutinizes email from Steve Jobs
News & Analysis  
8/3/2012   15 comments
Samsung’s attorneys suggested the late Steve Jobs saw an idea that could be useful for the iPhone in a Samsung design, while Apple showed documents suggesting Samsung adopt iPhone techniques.
Schiller ‘shocked’ at ‘copycat’ Samsung phones
News & Analysis  
8/3/2012   6 comments
Apple’s head of marketing said he was “shocked” when he first saw Samsung’s “copycat” products of the iPhone and iPad that have impacted Apple’s sales.
A look inside Apple’s kitchen table group
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8/1/2012   40 comments
Industrial designer Christopher Stringer gave a rare glimpse into Apple’s product design process in testimony at Apple’s $2.5 billion infringement suit against Samsung.
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