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Bij een nieuwe baan hoort een nieuwe telefoon. Daarom biedt Samsung de nieuwe koning een Galaxy S4 aan die is gevuld met gelukwensen van Nederlanders.
Could Samsung take down Apple?
Here is an interesting infographic comparing Apple to Samsung.
Infographic courtesy MBAOnline.com
The inability of Apple and Samsung to agree on proposed jury instructions has hinged upon a few key issues, particularly the distinction between simple copying and patent infringement.
Hyong Shin Park, a designer for Samsung, won’t be taking the stand in the patent infringement because Apple successfully argued that her testimony has nothing to do with its infringement claims.
Sinds de lancering van de iPhone in 2007 heeft Apple in totaal 85 miljoen iPhones verkocht in de Verenigde Staten. Hier verdiende het bedrijf zeker 50 miljard dollar aan. Daarnaast verkocht het…
Judge "disappointed" over Apple and Samsung jury instructions, orders lead counsel to meet in person
Apple v. Samsung presiding Judge Lucy Koh on Sunday ordered Apple and Samsung’s lead attorneys to meet and hash out final jury instructions, a point of contention since the trial began two weeks ago.
You don’t have to have a Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy Nexus, or Droid Razr to enjoy their boot animations. Androidbootanimations.com serves up these and several other custom animations in three different screen resolutions. More »
According to court documents made public on Friday, Apple in 2010 offered Samsung a $30 per smartphone/$40 per tablet license deal for use of the Cupertino company’s patents.
In an opposition filing on Friday, Samsung argued the Apple v. Samsung jury should hear testimony from Hyoung Shin Park, principle designer of the contested F700 smartphone that the company’s attorneys want to use as proof of non-infringement on Apple’s design patents.
It was discovered Thursday that Samsung lawyer Susan Estrich represented the company in Apple v. Samsung despite not having the proper license to practice law in the suit’s jurisdiction of the Northern District of California, a mistake seen as yet another gaffe in the South Korean company’s case management.