What will change as result of Apple's legal win over Samsung?
blackdog 1 year ago
Will Apple winning an Austin Powers-esque One Billion Dollars in its lawsuit against Samsung have any impact on the wider smartphone/android marketplace, or were Apple's claims specific to Samsung? I know Google had a press release saying that this verdict doesn't apply to android OS, but I reckon that they would say that either way. Is this going to make a difference we will see in the marketplace, either in costs or product availability?
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