Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 6th Jun 2012 22:53 UTC
Legal Five US carriers, nearly identical devices, millions and millions of pre-orders, virtually simultaneous launch - and that's just the US. The Galaxy SIII might be hideous, Samsung is still doing something right here. No surprise, then, that Apple has, once again, decided to compete in the court room instead of on the shelves: they're asking for a US import ban on the SIII [FOSS Patents link].
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RE: Comment by Stephen!
by kwan_e on Thu 7th Jun 2012 12:20 UTC in reply to "Comment by Stephen!"
kwan_e
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Somewhat ironic that a company that once advocated to "Think Different" now tries to stifle choice.


Countries with "Democratic" in their name aren't democratic.

Countries with "Republic" in their name aren't republic.

Countries with "Uni(on|ited)" in their name aren't united.

"Microsoft" is neither small or pliant.

Apple never was about thinking different. They were always about conformity. http://www.lettersofnote.com/2012/02/apple-must-make-macintosh-stan...

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