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Stanley_
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re: Apple claims Samsung views patent disclosures as 'stupid'
Stanley_   8/18/2012 5:49:24 PM
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This whole thing got started by Apple suing Samsung asking banning samsung cell phone from being sold in US. Samsung countered by communication patent.

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SiliconAsia   8/18/2012 3:21:47 PM
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Judge said both companies have certain risks on this trial. I don't believe it's one way street. This whole thing got started by Samsung demanding 2.4% of royalty on iPhone/iPAD products using Samsung patents. The early negotiation failed but if you look at the number of patents Samsung owns (Second largest after IBM), Apple does not even seem to come close to being an high tech company in terms of number of patents owned.

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SiliconAsia   8/18/2012 3:16:54 PM
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I agree. We should ban him from writing to EETIMES.

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m00nshine   8/18/2012 3:15:44 PM
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your point not relevant regarding perceived bias based on trial location

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t.alex   8/18/2012 2:28:34 PM
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I think the trial is in US because Samsung his selling the infringing products in US?

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m00nshine   8/18/2012 12:28:21 PM
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How many Apple fans would feel this trial was fair if it was being held in Seoul with a Korean jury and covered primarily by Korean journalists? It is true the entire trial and the coverage is naturally biased in favor of apple.

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Sheetal.Pandey   8/18/2012 10:54:47 AM
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Looks like Apple has the right strategy to win the case. After all in the courtroom the perception does matter if the point can be proven.

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rick merritt   8/18/2012 6:44:45 AM
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I'm doing my best to walk the line of objectivity. And if you really are interested I use a Lenovo Windows PC and an iPhone, both supplied by my company.

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Greg.Dee   8/18/2012 5:15:26 AM
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Another point of view maybe... http://mashable.com/2012/08/16/apple-lawyers-smoking-crack-samsung/

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Greg.Dee   8/18/2012 5:14:16 AM
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http://mashable.com/2012/08/16/apple-lawyers-smoking-crack-samsung/

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