Apple and Samsung in a second showdown today, refree is Judge Lucy Koh
Phew! It’s a brand new day! And we know how you now hate to see it but we have to report it anyway, Apple and Samsung is going to have a patent battle.
So while you are sitting there in the office today, punching those buttons, or day-dreaming while the lecturer does his talking, or still yet sitting in the shop, waiting for your customers to come by; Apple will be fighting Samsung in a court suit, and Judge Lucy Koh will be presiding over the proceedings as usual.
You know how the first law suit, which started three years ago ended. Samsung was ordered to pay Apple $930 million for infringing Apple’s patents. Both sides will hit the appeal court real soon. Apple will be whining, as usual, that the 930 milla ain’t no good enough while Samsung will be crying of injustice, citing that the penalty was too much.
Well, enough, let’s talk of today’s case. Apple says that the Samsung Galaxy S III and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 violate 5 of their patents each, and will like Judge Koh to ask Samsung to kindly bring some of the dough they made from both devices.
Samsung is expected to fight back, and the case will probably live longer than this year. Goodluck to Apple and Samsung.
Good Morning BestMobs readers.
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