Apple did not infringe on Samsung's patents says Japanese court
In an emailed statement, Samsung said that it was disappointed in the verdict and is reviewing it. Among the options available to the Korean based tech giant is an appeal. Apple has yet to issue a statement about the court's decision.
Unlike the courtroom action in Tokyo, the patent trial that starts at the end of this month in the U.S. between Apple and Samsung is expected to generate a large amount of media attention. The first epic patent trial between the two rivals filled every seat in the courtroom as members of the media and those interested in the proceedings, waited on long lines for a coveted courtroom seat.
6. corporateJP (Posts: 1548; Member since: 28 Nov 2009)
On a side-note of a reminder, and speaking of Sony, didn't Apple jank the design cues for their phone line-up from aforementioned company?
Oh, yeah...carry on...
15. express77 (unregistered)
samsung have to pay for rounded corner and slide to unlock but apple never have to pay.
21. techperson211 (Posts: 517; Member since: 27 Feb 2014)
Thru patent technology is being slowed down . I mean why not just pay licensing fees ? Why not lower the cost of licensing fees as well in that way every OEM will have fair competition and more choices to the public. Remember the public are the customer so the higher the price the more the public will look for lower cost alternative phone but with good quality.