Just what stood out as some of the strongest evidence in the minds of the jury in Apple vs. Samsung? CNET spoke with one of the jurors, who told us about what went on during the group's deliberations. Click through to find out.
Top evidence in Apple v. Samsung according to juror (pictures)
by CNET News.com | August 25, 2012, 12:00pm PDT | Image 1 of 6
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And what i founds interesting is
The personalities where they think that the Samsung Execs where being shifty is just that a Different Culture with different ways of doing things and the US Side on the Jury not understand the difference. If the Samsung Execs had of behaved like Americans and the Apple Execs had of behaved like South Koreans it would have been interesting to see how Apple fared.
If This Was The jurors "Proof" Than They Were Wrong
Back to my argument, however, the patent on the shape and size of the phone had numerous cases of prior art, including that of phones by Samsung. Someone at the patent office was beyond a moron granting the patent. There is not one person who could look at a smartphone and confuse any of the Samsung phones for being an iPhone.
Another, the "admission email", at least the one displayed, is something EVERY company in software development does including Apple, Microsoft, Google, etc. All it talks about is a competitor (the iPhone) and the user experience of one (the iPhone) is better than the product they're developing. Nowhere in that email did it say (we need this picture to look like this picture). A good UI (and in that regard User Experience) is a long process where you need to ensure everything flows together and ensure your product is better than anyone else's in your market.
oh look a stupid looking square car with
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