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Exactly this. When the original trial was done, and Apple was awarded $1.1Billion from Samsung (which included damages for patents that were not infringed upon), everyone said she was biased (especially when she refused to allow evidence that would have helped Samsung). Now, she's doing her job and people are saying she's biased towards Samsung... rolleyes.gif


According to you she is only doing her job when Samsung wins. Explain this: http://www.engadget.com/2012/08/08/apple-samsung-internal-document-mimicry/

I'm sorry, but Samsung is still paying but of a lesser amount? If I'm reading correctly, that doesn't mean they won.
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after this lawsuit samsung's phones esp the s3 became more of a household name because people were wondering what's scaring apple so much. I think this move will hurt apple in the long run. look how well the s3 is selling now.
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That's enough with the stereotype remarks. OCN is accessed by people from different racial backgrounds and ethnicity. We have zero tolerance for anyone who picks on because of their race,color of skin, where they are from & culture. You are all expected to respect each other and everyone who is of different racial backgrounds. If anyone is caught for being racist, you'll be subjected to harsh penalties(infractions and warnings)

Agreed.

I even wonder why a pic of the judge has been posted on the OP, it doesn't appear on the original source.
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Samsung-F700-vs-iPhone.jpg

Whether or not Samsung copied Apple is kinda irrelevant in a way, considering it's bloody obvious that the phone industry was moving towards that kind of design anyway.
That, and virtually every company compares their products to their competitors and makes recommendations based off of that, there's definitely going to be at least one inside Apple.


Think of it like this, Henry Ford revolutionised the car industry with the Model T, along came other auto makers who were also trying to make their cars cheaper and naturally had to compare it to his as it was the only one at the time...It was going to happen eventually, it was literally a matter of "Who did it, at what time?" as it is with a lot of things like the Lightbulb, Car, Smartphone, Wearable Computers, etc. There's certain things you just plain can't innovate on, like Apple's idea that the entire phones front should be a touch-screen with maybe one button, the amount of differences you can have while still having a smartphone that most people like is by adding extra buttons.

This is the worst example that is given. Lets give another picture of that same phone:



Huh that's weird considering the iPhone did not have any off-screen buttons. Here is what Samsung was gravy-training off of at THAT particular time:



Which was released in 2003. Which ultimately became this:




I love it when the F700 is brought up as if having a single button on the bottom is proof that 'phones were generally moving in this direction anyway'. The iPhone revolutionized the smartphone business and set a standard that many other companies, even when teamed up, cannot achieve. This guy right here, the best he can do, is post a slide out keyboard phone and point to how the Samsung design is similar to the iPhone but came out a year earlier.... Wow. Its almost as sad as when Samsung boys try to convince people they came out with a tablet before Apple.
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The F700 started as a touchscreen only device when it was first conceived but let's not rehash the same old crap again. It's holds no merit for this current discussion.
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I love it when the F700 is brought up as if having a single button on the bottom is proof that 'phones were generally moving in this direction anyway'. The iPhone revolutionized the smartphone business and set a standard that many other companies, even when teamed up, cannot achieve. This guy right here, the best he can do, is post a slide out keyboard phone and point to how the Samsung design is similar to the iPhone but came out a year earlier.... Wow. Its almost as sad as when Samsung boys try to convince people they came out with a tablet before Apple.

Irrelevant to the trade dress portion of the lawsuit. That's all I'm going to say, as this has been covered extensively before.
    
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I love it when the F700 is brought up as if having a single button on the bottom is proof that 'phones were generally moving in this direction anyway'. The iPhone revolutionized the smartphone business and set a standard that many other companies, even when teamed up, cannot achieve. This guy right here, the best he can do, is post a slide out keyboard phone and point to how the Samsung design is similar to the iPhone but came out a year earlier.... Wow. Its almost as sad as when Samsung boys try to convince people they came out with a tablet before Apple.

SIgh...

Okay. The trade dress patent (ie. The "Samsung copied Apple" one) is about looks, if Apple can have pictures with the App Drawer open to make it look more like the iPhone why can't we disregard the keyboard? Plus, the keyboard is hidden 75% of the time anyhow, and it looks a hell of a lot like an iPhone.

I'm also not a Samsung fanboy, I'm using a HTC phone right now and my next laptop is likely going to be a Macbook Pro Retina, I don't give a crap as to who made my phone as long as the phone has good after-sale support and works well.
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my next laptop is likely going to be a Macbook Pro Retina

I'm sorry to hear that frown.gif
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if Apple can have pictures with the App Drawer open to make it look more like the iPhone why can't we disregard the keyboard? Plus, the keyboard is hidden 75% of the time anyhow, and it looks a hell of a lot like an iPhone.

Oh man you're right... Apple better remove that App drawer quick before Google finds out!!
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I'm sorry to hear that frown.gif

Not many laptops have a comparable screen, battery life, hardware and build quality for a similar price here. Everytime I've seen someone "match" it it's horribly behind in some aspect. (That is immediately labelled as a gimmick despite proof it's not)

That, and I actually want to give OS X a proper try.
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Oh man you're right... Apple better remove that App drawer quick before Google finds out!!

That doesn't even make sense, Apple was using photos of the SGS with the app drawer open specifically because it looked more like an iPhone at its normal home screen.
The fact of the matter remains, the F700 clearly shows a design similar to the SGS, the only major difference is the keyboard.
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