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Samsung pursuit of Apple was abusive, says EC

12/24/2012 02:19 PM EST
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eewiz
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re: Samsung pursuit of Apple was abusive, says EC
eewiz   12/26/2012 6:07:35 AM
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If the European authorities have said the same thing about Apple, then I would be reading 100 comments accusing Apple of all sort of things. I guess being an underdog helps.

Thomas Chongruk
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re: Samsung pursuit of Apple was abusive, says EC
Thomas Chongruk   12/28/2012 11:40:31 AM
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There are plenty of articles accusing Apple of dirty tricks and legal games against Samsung.

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re: Samsung pursuit of Apple was abusive, says EC
goafrit   1/2/2013 12:20:40 PM
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Think you are right. This is dog eat dog for these companies.

goafrit
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re: Samsung pursuit of Apple was abusive, says EC
goafrit   1/2/2013 12:20:21 PM
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Who says chaetol like Samsung is an underdog?

Neo10
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re: Samsung pursuit of Apple was abusive, says EC
Neo10   12/31/2012 12:22:32 PM
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Perhaps Samsung went for a pre-emptive strike here, but thankfully not all people can be fooled. Its high time these responsible companies sort out differences in a mutually agreeable manner and concentrate of innovation and product differentiation.

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goafrit   1/2/2013 12:21:11 PM
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If they do, lawyers will tell them they are not executing right. We need to pay lawyers.

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selinz   1/4/2013 5:32:48 PM
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So compare 3g standards to rounded corners... Which one seems more abusive?

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