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8/16/2012 00:05 AM EDT
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nicolas.mokhoff
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nicolas.mokhoff   8/16/2012 6:32:04 PM
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This waste of time and money needs to end this week. Let's get a quick judgment by the jury and go on with creating new stuff. I'll take my bonbons now.

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Daniel Payne   8/16/2012 7:53:53 PM
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I am so glad that prior-art is being publicly displayed so that the jury can hopefully determine that patent claims by Apple are not warranted.

timemerchant
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timemerchant   8/17/2012 2:52:29 AM
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Unfortunately, the jury is meant to live in a cave during the trial and not read the press or view TV covering the trial, so in some cruel twist of justice, Apple might still get through on this nonsense. It will be interesting to see if Apple gain or shed customers after this (and other trials). Initial indications are that iSheep are flocking in big numbers to Samsung or waiting for the next iPhone.

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Kinnar   8/17/2012 11:18:07 AM
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It is very strange kind of fight this is going on mobile phones can be of square shape, then they will look like same. It is quite fortunate that no one had patented 4-wheels of a car and 2-wheels of a bicycle otherwise the road might look like a gymnastic stadium.

Sheetal.Pandey
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Sheetal.Pandey   8/17/2012 11:23:49 AM
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Actually if you see Samsung's ads they are almost same as other manufacturer's. I guess they use a strong marketing strategy to show the same design in new form.

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