Apple wins Samsung in Japan patent case
In what seems to be the norm of these day, Apple and Samsung were head-locked once again, this time in a Tokyo court on Friday. It was a case where Apple accused Samsung of infringing a bounce back patent on the iPhone which Samsung was alleged to have copied on some of it’s older devices.
The court found the allegation valid and concluded that Samsung has infringed Apple’s patent. The bounce back was a feature which makes the page to bounce back when a user tries to scroll beyond the end of the page.
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