DISCUSION: Google (and party) vs. Apple (let us know what do u think)view story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – Okay so here is the Idea of this tread, I see Posts in News papers and online magazines to talk about how: Somebody stole something from Apple? Let's show the world what do we think, because if we don't and we do not papa Google and their relatives - we are going DOWN! For example here is basically agenda article in Reuters.com that somebody probably paid them to write this complete BS: (HowTos)

Samsung won’t be able use footage from ’2001: A Space Odyssey’ as evidence in trial against Appleview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – I’m no lawyer, but what’s the deal with Judge Lucy Koh? (IT news)

Microsoft inks their 15th Android licensing deal, Motorola still stubbornview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – You have to hand it to Microsoft. As Apple fights it out with Android manufacturers, Microsoft is quietly signing licencing deals. This all started last year when they were able to grab deals with HTC, Samsung, Acer, and ViewSonic. In fact, back in October they had a total of 10 deals. As of today that total is at 15 with the latest one involving Honeywell International, Inc. (IT news)

Squares: Apple and Samsung fighting over wreck tangles?view story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityA fight over rectangles, the look and feel, patents and various jurisdictions where products are allowed in one place but not the other is tangling both Apple and Samsung in a legal angry-bird eagle web of judicial intrigue, enriching the lawyers and bringing judges more firmly into the 21st century than they likely ever initially imagined. (IT news)

Did Samsung Copy The Rounded-Corner iRectangle?view story

http://www.talkandroid.com –     As the Apple vs Samsung trial starts here in San Jose, California, neither side is backing down from the fight. Samsung’s Chief Product Officer Kevin Packingham had some words that pretty much sum up his thoughts on the whole scene. It all comes down to fighting over rectangles. (IT news)

Apple Ups Mobile Security, Buys AuthenTec for $356 Millionview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) will use $356 million of its nearly $120 billion cash hoard to snap up AuthenTec (NASDAQ: AUTH), a 217-employee, Melbourne, Fla.-based mobile security vendor. The deal will pay AuthenTec’s shareholders $8 per share or a 60 percent bump over Thursday’s $5.07 closing price. AuthenTec, founded in 1998, makes fingerprint sensors and identity management software. (IT news)

Apple says Google warned Samsung that their products were too similarview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – A lot of information is coming out as we lead up to next week’s case involving Samsung and Apple. (IT news)

Samsung says Apple would not have sold a single iPhone without the benefit of their patented technologyview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Next week Samsung and Apple go at it in the courts again. I know, what else is new? Anyways, the Wall Street Journal posted some excerpts from Samsung’s trial brief. Of course Samsung’s argument is that they didn’t copy Apple’s iPhone one bit and that they were working on the next generation of mobile phones in the Summer of 2006, months before the iPhone was announced. (IT news)

Apple to Samsung: Pay Us $2.525 Billion in Damagesview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) figures that $2.525 billion in damages is just about right to settle its high-stakes intellectual property (IP) battle with Samsung Electronics over patented technology used in the iPhone and iPad, according to published reports. And, in the latest round of the titanic battle, a German court Tuesday extended an existing ban against Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 7.7 to the Europea (IT news)

Google Says Almost Half of the Motorola Purchase Price was in Patentsview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Google Inc. said that less than half of the $12.4 billion it paid to acquire Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. was all devoted to patents and technology. Out of the $12.4 billion, $5.5 billion was devoted to patents and “developed technology,” according to what Google wrote in a document with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday. (IT news)