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Google edges Apple in 2012 U.S. patent race

1/10/2013 02:00 PM EST
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re: Google edges Apple in 2012 U.S. patent race
SiliconAsia   1/14/2013 5:51:18 PM
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The Top Ten list of 2012 U.S. patent recipients* includes: 1 IBM 6,478 2 Samsung 5,081 3 Canon 3,174 4 Sony 3,032 5 Panasonic 2,769 6 Microsoft 2,613 7 Toshiba 2,447 8 Hon Hai 2,013 9 General Electric 1,652 10 LG Electronics 1,624

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selinz   1/14/2013 4:05:52 PM
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YAYA: The main reason is because in all liklihood, they were number 1 and number 2. IBM and Motorola led the race for many years...

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yalanand   1/13/2013 11:50:25 AM
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@Rick, what about the patents filed by Samsung ? Any particular reason for comparing Google and Apple patents ?

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