Samsung’s mobile chief Shin Jong-kyun will meet with Google’s Eric Schmidt on Thursday to discuss Samsung’s patents battle with Apple, The Korea Times is reporting.
“I will meet Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt on Thursday in Seoul,” Shin Jong-kyun is quoted as saying at a launch event held in Seoul for the unveiling of the Galaxy Note II.
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It was only a matter of time before Samsung threw the next slap in its epic catfight against Apple. After Apple’s massive victory, Samsung vowing sweet revenge and of course, the recent release of the iPhone 5 smartphone, Samsung has gone ahead and asked the courts to allow it to include the iPhone 5 in its countersuit.
Would you be surprised if I said Apple is trying to sue Samsung over their Galaxy Note 10.1? No? Didn’t think so. Apple told a judge in California that Samsung infringes patents on the Samsung Note 10.1, and even wanted to add Android 4.1 into that lawsuit.
Well actually I’m not sure you can call it a parade just yet. As you might be aware Apple announced the new iPhone 5 S and said that it would include support for 64-bit processing. You don’t think Samsung is going to sit back and watch that happen do you?
Apple and Samsung’s battles in the courts have been so heated that Judge Lucy Koh ordered them to meet on May 21st and 22nd to settle their differences. In the no shocker news of the day, there was no agreement.
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As expected, Samsung has filed a lawsuit against Apple’s latest iPhone — the iPhone 5 — alleging the smartphone infringes patents it holds. Commenting on the action in a statement given to Reuters, Samsung said: “We have little choice but to take the steps necessary to protect our innovations and intellectual property rights.”
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