Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 19th Aug 2011 10:12 UTC
Legal After revealing that Apple tampered with evidence in the German case against the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, has now revealed that Apple has also tampered with the evidence in the Dutch court case (coverage in English). Apple has manipulated the image of a Samsung Galaxy S in a side-by-side comparison with the iPhone 3GS. The Galaxy S has been shortened and made narrower so that its dimensions match those of the 3GS. This piece of evidence is the only side-by-side comparison of these two devices, and is part of the summons, which, according to a Dutch lawyer, means that Apple considers it to be of special significance. Just goes to show, once more, how far Apple is willing to go to stifle competition through the legal system - lying, cheating, manipulating. What a classy, premium company, that Apple!
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RE[5]: Comment by Pana4
by marcus0263 on Sat 20th Aug 2011 14:57 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Comment by Pana4"
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Between Samsung and Googorola (that sounds like some kaiju name from a Godzilla movie, but I digress), Apple is starting to upset a lot of powerful people. The funny part is, they're the only ones who are getting mad about it. Google tells their own employees that they need to use either Linux or a Mac for their office desktops. I wonder how long that will last with Apple continuing to attack everyone remotely related to smartphones or tablets.

Not so, my Nephew is a Lead Dev at Google, all he uses is MS Windows

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RE[6]: Comment by Pana4
by Neolander on Sat 20th Aug 2011 17:02 in reply to "RE[5]: Comment by Pana4"
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by JAlexoid on Sat 20th Aug 2011 19:02 in reply to "RE[6]: Comment by Pana4"
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Well... Obviously Windows devs need to have Windows installed. It's over-hyped, because they probably have Linux/Mac as the preferred option, rather than mandatory.

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