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5/19/2014
11:35 AM

Apple Settles With Motorola: Samsung Next?

Apple's move to end litigation suggests that the company may finally be ready to end its war against Android and go back to innovating.

(image: lemondenumerique.com)
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peterthomas710
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6/24/2014 | 3:05:35 AM
It apple versus samsung now
Google has done its part well to settle the litigation issues with Apple. Now i think its the turn for Samsung. Many smartphones launched by Samsung were similar to that of Apple only that being it is affordable. Wish a positive sign to come put from these two tech gaints.
Susan Fourtané
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5/19/2014 | 2:43:39 PM
Apple vs. Samsung is a different story
Eric, 

It's great news that Apple and Google got into their senses. I find it positive that they will work together on patent reform. 

However, I am not so sure the same will happen with Samsung. With patent litigations in more than 10 countries it doesn't sound like something easy to settle. :/ 

-Susan  
Liquidfire3d
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5/19/2014 | 2:23:40 PM
Re: Android vs Apple
Lol. Think of it as a signature. I'm thinking of a spy vs spy version on the next one. Let each side win one every now an then. :)(:
Susan Fourtané
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5/19/2014 | 2:16:24 PM
Re: Android vs Apple
Liquidfire3d, 

The Android odessey again?! :( 

-Susan 
Liquidfire3d
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5/19/2014 | 2:03:12 PM
Android vs Apple
The Apple hawks won't leash their lawyers for long. Android has grown beyond the iPhone's reach regardless. http://youtu.be/GQl47P9grhc
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