Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 24th May 2012 10:09 UTC
Legal "The widely anticipated two-day meeting between chief executives of Samsung and Apple yielded no agreement between the parties mired in a hot legal dispute over copyright infringements." Why end fruitless litigation and spend that money on improving products or, I don't know, charity, when you could throw money at lawyers instead, to the benefit of absolutely no one? These lawsuits are Jobs' blemish on the company, but Apple can't back out now for fear of losing face, even though Cook has indicated he really wants to. Petty.
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RE: Comment by kwan_e
by dvhh on Thu 24th May 2012 10:38 UTC in reply to "Comment by kwan_e"
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Why not all of Asia ?
I find that the focus on US is pointless considering the patents issues. It's true that the US buzz makes a product success all over the world.
But most of the features working in the US, are either not properly implemented for other countries, or not implemented at all.

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RE[2]: Comment by kwan_e
by kwan_e on Thu 24th May 2012 10:51 in reply to "RE: Comment by kwan_e"
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Why not all of Asia ?

China first, then Asia. If Samsung can shut Apple out of China, the rest of Asia would be easier to dominate. If they divert themselves too early, they basically invite Apple in.

China still has some growth left. India doesn't look like it's going to do much. They don't need to worry too much about Japan. They're the only other two Asian economies that can bring quicker rewards but China's just much more important at this stage.

Edited 2012-05-24 10:54 UTC

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