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resistion
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re: Judge scolds Apple, Samsung as decision nears
resistion   8/19/2012 3:48:36 AM
NO RATINGS
Best if neither product is banned, just some monetary settlement, maybe even cross-licensing.

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re: Judge scolds Apple, Samsung as decision nears
resistion   8/19/2012 12:35:24 AM
NO RATINGS
Interesting USPTO not involved or at least not mentioned.

seaEE
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re: Judge scolds Apple, Samsung as decision nears
seaEE   8/18/2012 3:33:23 AM
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“Unless you're smoking crack, you know these witnesses aren't going to be called when you have less than four hours," Tell us how you really feel, Justice Koh!

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re: Judge scolds Apple, Samsung as decision nears
daleste   8/18/2012 2:09:38 AM
NO RATINGS
In the end, the loser will be the customers. When a company loses a law suit, the lose is passed on to the customer. We will all lose and Apple and Samsung will go on like nothing happened.

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re: Judge scolds Apple, Samsung as decision nears
patrick38   8/17/2012 11:48:49 AM
NO RATINGS
I don't know who is going to win but it is more something close to school playground than really the level where such big companies should be. Whatever the end I personally beleive that damages will be big on both side and I think it will higher for Apple. they will just demonstrate that the world is good as long as Apple can drive it. I don't like this world, richness always come from diversity and competition!!!

Sheetal.Pandey
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Sheetal.Pandey   8/17/2012 11:08:03 AM
NO RATINGS
guess Apple will win...



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