With Samsung, NVIDIA’s licensing team negotiated directly with Samsung on a patent portfolio license. We had several meetings where we demonstrated how our patents apply to all of their mobile devices and to all the graphics architectures they use.The company says a total of seven patents are infringed. This is the first time the Nvidia is initiating a patent lawsuit in its 21 years of history. Interestingly, this isn't the first time a company has come out to call Samsung out on not sticking with proper patent licensing. Earlier in August, Microsoft attempted taking Samsung to court for not paying its patent licensing fees on time. A fortnight later, a report surfaced that the two companies have met to resolve their differences.
We made no progress. Samsung repeatedly said that this was mostly their suppliers' problem.
Nice way to try and twist things back on people when they are just defending logic and you are bashing.
LG, SONY, AND HTC, dont make thier own proccesor they still have what qualcomm make .... but they follow the rule
so pls dont post your senseless comment..if you dont know how to analyse the subject