Apple Sues Samsung... Again

I guess the lawyers over at Apple just didn't have enough on their plate yet. They've filed another lawsuit against Samsung. This time over 10 smartphones including the Galaxy S 2. And yes it's all over patents.

This must be why Apple needs such a large margin on its products. 😉

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Apple files lawsuit against Samsung for patent infringements
Apple has filed yet another lawsuit against Samsung, this time in Germany and concerning ten smartphones, including the Galaxy SII.

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12 thoughts on “Apple Sues Samsung... Again”

  1. Apple isn't the first company Samsung has blatantly ripped off. A few years ago, before they started making iPhone knock offs, Samsung's top of the line product was a knock off of the BlackBerry called the BlackJack. Before that it was a Moto RAZR knock off called the A900. Samsung has a long history of looking at the successful products truly creative companies are making and then going and making cheaper knock offs of them.

  2. That assumes you believe that their phones are a knockoff of the iPhone. Which I don't.

    We won't even start on the "truly creative company" nonsense since neither Blackberry or Apple had an original product to be ripped off.

  3. The iPhone 3GS is $0 on AT&T. The iPhone 4 is $99 on both AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. Yes, that's with contracts, but that's the way virtually all consumers purchase phones in the United States. How much cheaper than $0 should Apple go?

  4. Did I ever say my phone was free? My phone cost $199 up front. How much of my month to month bill goes to Apple? I don't know, and I don't care. My smartphone plan costs the same as everyone else's smartphone plans on AT&T. If Apple is getting some of the revenue from my contract, and AT&T is keeping all of the revenue from the contracts of folks using non-Apple phones, what does that matter to me?

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