Tokyo high court upholds Samsung win against Apple


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good to see Apple cant as easily get there own way outside the US. LOL

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Apple should work on innovation and quality like they used to instead of parading an army of lawyers around in an effort to reduce competition. They have become the very thing they fought so hard against and criticized so vehemently in their early years. This flip flop and hypocrisy is why I have even more disdain for Apple than other big companies. Take the iPhone for instance; I believe that many of the latest releases were part of the original design ideas and in an greedy effort to release a new product early every cycle they parceled out those ideas a little at a time instead of completing a fantastic product and releasing the whole. Some of these releases were even very buggy, you can't tell me nobody noticed.

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The patent seems like a lot of nonsense to me. If it's the one I'm looking at (US 7761414 B2) it seems to be patenting the fact that the user can do other things whilst synchronisation is taking place.

Yet I can do this with the unix rsync command that has been around for years.

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