Typical of samsung. Copy copy copy! They are just like prost!tutes; sleeping around for money. All they do is go around stealing and incorporating other companies' ideas. They have made phones for every single OS (except ios) in the past and it all failed until they jumped aboard android.
Now that they are on top, look at what they are still doing. I guess old habits never die. In my opinion, Apple is the one who made Samsung relevant and successful in the US. Through those lawsuits apple filed against samsung last year, samsung phones got publicity. Samsung knew that Apple had a huge following in the US so they copied their designs hoping to get Apple's attention - and they succeeded. No sense of innovation, loyalty and dedication on their part.
And for the record android and/or google are nothing like samsung. I adore google chrome on my pc, use a Nokia phone and use a windows 7 os on my laptop. All of these companies achieved what they had through hardwork and not by stealing or copying other's ideas. Ugh!
The we should soon (hopefully) see a ban on iPhone whatever in the Netherlands and Germany. So looking forward to it :-)
This is bull. Considering sir I gets almost 60% of its search results FROM Google you would think they would behave more civil. And not o mention ALOT of the iPhone is built by Samsung. Make a product that people want and they will come. If your product is dated and garbage then step up your game. The dying Symbian had this "multiple source search" feature loooooong before iOS or android were even a thought. What's next! Cellphone companies claiming they own the copyright to letting you make phone calls!? Its about choice man.
I feel so ashamed owning an iProduct because of this.
Why can't they just play fair? Also, I think the US government should look into the whole process of patenting.
Anonymous, 30 Jun 2012APPLE DID NOT INVENT SLIDE TO UNLOCK
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage... moreAn owner of a patent doesn't need to invent the technology they just need to have permission from the inventor to apply for the patent.
I can't wait to get the SGSIII
that is why i didn't and i will never buy any apple product...............even if i have to go back to non touch screen phones
icyshah, 30 Jun 2012samsung should stop help apple produce thier damn product alredy..or this just a drama them wa... moreGo ahead. There are many eager suppliers around the world dying for Apple's contract to supply components. FTW!
Anonymous, 30 Jun 2012yes.. slide to unlock. they made it 1st, they have the patent for it. was their idea, so u jus... moreDont bother Urself u talking to people couldnt understand the concept of Copyrights & patents,,, what would U expect from people follow Samsung,,, all of them are recent users of Samsung, they have no idea about Samsung past in Mobile World which is nothing!!! Samsung & LG are the biggest copycats companies in history supported by the Korean governments and still they cant make something on their own, they were made to follow others and copy their work.
I have an old motorola v3i that had word suggestion on & i am sure there were nokia phones that were out even earlier that had the same in texts.
Shame on Apple for trying to muddy the water against any phones that are in many ways superior to theirs, shame also for trying to claim patents that in theory should already be covered by others.
its bad news for cell fans. however business is business, you cant just copy someones invention and make money on it.
good call by the court! is asia you can basically copy anything you can and get away from it, but here in usa.
So sick of this shit... Phone manufacturers are acting like little kids... Instead of focusing their efforts on us, the consumers, they keep f***ing around in courts...
You guys are sad. Android has no innovation what so ever. It's a ripoff of IOS. Windows Phone 7 is an innovate OS. Google just copy/paste what Apple does. Iphone and IOS changed the industry. Google came along with Samsung, Motorola, HTC, etc and just copied because they have to real immagination. Props to Microsoft and Nokia for going on they're own path.