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Samsung accused by Apple of only partially complying with judge's order

0. phoneArena posted on 12 Mar 2012, 13:23

According to Bloomberg, Apple has accused Samsung of not completely following a judge's order requesting the Korean based manufacturer to turn over to Apple source code for one of its 4G smartphones and for the Samsung GALAXY Tab 101 tablet...

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posted on 12 Mar 2012, 13:29 5

1. tward291 (Posts: 559; Member since: 14 Feb 2012)

lol it never ends

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 13:43 6

2. tech-head (Posts: 133; Member since: 02 Sep 2011)

Make it stop!!!

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 13:49 12

3. The-Omega-Man (Posts: 12; Member since: 25 Jun 2011)

No company should be required to turn over all of the IP to a market competitor for POTENTIAL evaluation of patent infringment. Only that which is the portion specified within the Law Suit should be subject to inspection and not by the other party in question!

An independent entity, under an NDA, contracted by the courts should perform the determination of code or function copying. In this case Both parties would be subject to equal submissions of IP to be independantly evaluated.

As it stands here, one entity (Apple) can potentially gain a competitive advantage over another by exposing various IP elements. It is a legally sanctioned espionage, of sorts.

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 21:30 2

16. remixfa (Posts: 14605; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)

I want to know exactly what precident set that says a judge can force a company to hand over "potential" software issues to the competing company so they can have a full look at it (and knowing apple, copying every last bit of it). Your right, thats a huge competitve advantage. And honestly, If apple wants the code, they need but to go to a retail store, buy a few phones, and reverse engineer them.

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 14:23 5

4. PAPINYC (banned) (Posts: 2315; Member since: 30 Jul 2011)

iThink Samsung should scribble a few characters on a dinner napkin (paper, of course) and tell the CupertiNo based monopoly, "here is the code you requested;" krĂ…pple wouldn't know the difference [anyway].

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 14:39 2

5. heennddoo (Posts: 2; Member since: 12 Mar 2012)

Apple has been doing this since the start of the company they stole keyboard & mouse interface fron xerox why should they stop now !!!

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 14:45 6

6. Galen20K (Posts: 545; Member since: 26 Dec 2008)

oh shut up Apple, not again. This is getting ridiculously petty.

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 14:45 6

7. yt6nin (Posts: 100; Member since: 16 Nov 2011)

Apple is just taking this patent infringement game too far... Now it's annoying to have to hear and see articles related to Apple this, Apple that... might as well not buy an Apple products so that they will have less money to go to court with... Just stupid, when they can use the money to focus on making better iPhones, cuz I personally hate them. The only think they are better in my perspective is the "organization" and the way it's designed, otherwise, the limitation makes it inferior to Android smartphones. Thumb me down people with you disagree, but this is just my opinion. Plus, I would probably enjoy owning a Galaxy Note LTE per say, or other $300 Android smartphones over the 4S, as of now. We'll see what Apple has to offer with the next, "'New iPhone'" in the fall... I hope they actually announce it as the iPhone 5...

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 15:04 4

8. ZEUS.the.thunder.god (unregistered)

and still PA is on a roll to praise and love apple. there are about 30 article in past 1 week alone describing how great apple is and how apple has changed after Jobs.
this clearly shows that nothing has changed. its the same old apple we are dealing with.

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 15:08 6

9. kimberlie (Posts: 1; Member since: 12 Mar 2012)

This is f*****g ridiculous. Seriously Apple?? Let it go.

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 15:15 6

10. andro. (Posts: 1999; Member since: 16 Sep 2011)

Werent certain Phonearena writers putting articles up recently yelling 'Apple has changed' and we are 'still judging apple from the Steve Jobs years'. Hmmm I dont think anythings changed,a rotten apple Will always be rotten

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 17:06 4

12. Johnny_Mnemonic (Posts: 240; Member since: 05 Oct 2011)

And people who buy Apple products have a rotten brain. Jaja

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 16:48 2

11. gallitoking (Posts: 4721; Member since: 17 May 2011)

you can run Samsung but cannot hide...

posted on 13 Mar 2012, 08:53 1

18. remixfa (Posts: 14605; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)

you can post, but that doesnt make it relevant. :)

posted on 13 Mar 2012, 13:37 1

20. InspectorGadget80 (unregistered)

gallitoking can never shut his mouth

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 18:06

13. stealthd (unregistered)

I always love the hilariously stupid responses these articles get. Phonearena's comically uninformed readership always seems to find a way to misconstrue the most mundane legal disputes into the next great evil committed by their least favorite company.

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 20:34 4

15. Galen20K (Posts: 545; Member since: 26 Dec 2008)

that's pretty ignorant a thing to say considering there are lots of people who admire Apple's products yet despise their shady and ridiculously monopolistic business practices. Sorry but not sorry.

posted on 12 Mar 2012, 20:12 4

14. VZWuser76 (Posts: 4783; Member since: 04 Mar 2010)

Just curious, but why would samsung need to turn over anything related to 4G. When this order started, Other than the soon to be released new ipad, apple has no 4G capable devices. And I agree with omega man, that an independent entity should be the one reviewing the source code, not the competition. And I would feel the same if Samsung were the one asking for the code. It just seems ridiculous to me to let a competitor look at something that is not for anyone's eyes outside their own company. How do you think that would go over if Coke was forced to hand over their formula to Pepsi, or KFC having to hand over their recipe to Popeyes. Just get an independent entity to come in and test. Make sure they're bound by an NDA so neither side's IP will be compromised. What's so hard about that?

posted on 13 Mar 2012, 03:42 1

17. Bluesky02 (Posts: 1439; Member since: 05 Dec 2011)

These lawsuits cost so much, i wonder how many losses they made

posted on 13 Mar 2012, 13:29 1

19. InspectorGadget80 (unregistered)


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