cmon guys is it so difficult to differentiate between a iphone and a samsung galaxy model .isnt there something what is known as a logo a company logo.......yawn......why cant people be practical why do they have to follow the written rules. ....stupid isnt it........
MLK3, 26 Aug 2012I want 2 buy 4s but Ian conf bet n8 or 4s pls give me ur adv frndz i just want to say! n8 is outdated device and its os is died! so dont go fo this! so go for one and updated 4s!
MLK3, 26 Aug 2012I want 2 buy 4s but Ian conf bet n8 or 4s pls give me ur adv frndz Ofcourse 4s
I have a Samsung galaxy note.Bought an iPhone 4s to get the experience of an apple instead of galaxy s3.Trust me I don't regret it at all.Apple gives a different experience all together
quote, 26 Aug 2012samsung will pay 100 billion dollar to apple, becaz sammy loss in the 'case' of 'apple+samsu... more100 billion??? Do you know how to read numbers beyond billion?
Here's the exact number. Read that! $1,049,343,540
samsung will pay 100 billion dollar to apple, becaz sammy loss in the 'case' of 'apple+samsung patent act'. samsung copied apple's design and their thinking., that's why court order them to fill those amount.
There must be something wrong with the verdict. How is it possible they decided so fast? Did they just tossed a coin?
[deleted post]The market has a different opinion:
$620 billion market capitalisation and growing.
Keep on trolling
I wonder how much money apple bribe those jury, which Samsung phone look like iPhone, so easy, take those two phone n ask any HUMAN ,
Anytime n anyway once we look at them , we can tell which one is Samsung or apple ,why this apple become more n more stupid
No wonder stupid company produce stupid stuff , hmmmm
Anonymous, 25 Aug 2012Hurry up before the plastic copies are bannedYa, keep on banning samsung bcos that low tech com know one day samsung will swallow them, so to prevent from been swallow, they hav 2 kill their rival first
Reuters and CNet have interviewed members of the Apple / Samsung patent trial jury who awarded Apple over $1 billion in damages over patent infringement claims against Samsung.
Reuters spoke with jury foreman Velvin Hogan who explained that they found Apple's arguments persuasive about the need to protect innovation. Furthermore, Hogan says it was "absolutely" clear based on Samsung executive testimony that the infringement was purposeful.