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8/6/2012 07:43 PM EDT
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HS_SemiPro
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HS_SemiPro   8/7/2012 3:00:55 AM
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Where is innovation of Samsung?, If there product is really good,they do not need to copy apple appearance. But fact of the matter is Apple products are viewed as sign of prestige. And high end users prefer Apple products. I guess it is lack of risk taking & supporting innovators by Samsung. IF they spend enough human capital on design,they can come up with better design, but then again, copying is easier. That is why more and more US companies are not even sharing product specs,w/o NDA. coz some countries are just making the look alikes with same specs and selling it cheap.

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SiliconAsia   8/7/2012 2:23:00 AM
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It's really SAD that the innovation Apple is trying to protect and prosecute is rectangular shape with rounded corners and a flat, black front surface. They called that design innovation! When did Americans become so dumb? Perhaps I am overstating things, but it seems that Americans are becoming dumber by the year. Where is real innovation, America?

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daleste   8/7/2012 12:49:28 AM
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Maybe that is how Samsung got ahead of Apple in smart phone sales.

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