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IPhone created ‘crisis of design’ at Samsung

8/6/2012 06:19 PM EDT
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SiliconAsia
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SiliconAsia   8/6/2012 10:59:13 PM
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What's your points?

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rick merritt   8/6/2012 10:49:10 PM
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I sat in the courtroom for three days and so far haven't seen ethnicity or nationalism being a factor in the case. I hope that remains the situation.

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microe   8/6/2012 9:16:48 PM
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What is the problem of Asian American judge? Does it mean if it is a German company, European American cannot be the judge? Don't forget President Eisenhower is German American

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Stanley_   8/6/2012 7:25:59 PM
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the judge is US born, raised and educated American. http://www.fjc.gov/servlet/nGetInfo?jid=3279&cid=999&ctype=na&instate=na

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chipmonk0   8/6/2012 6:49:46 PM
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So it looks like Samsung will be using US origin employees to defend itself against Apple - just to neutralize their accent / culture / showmanship advantages. But the judge seems to be an Asian - American.

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