Samsung says ITU ruling in favor of Apple would mean less choice, higher prices

A finding by the U.S. International Trade Commission that Samsung infringed Apple’s patents would lead to less choice and higher prices for consumers, Samsung said Wednesday after an ITU judge issued a preliminary decision against the company.Administrative Law Judge Thomas Pender issued a preliminary finding that Samsung infringed four of Apple’s patents, one related to product design and three related to technology.To continue reading this IDG report, go to:
www.computerworld.com/s/article/9232856/Samsung_says_ITU_ruling_in_favor_of_Apple_would_mean_less_choice_higher_pricesAlso see:U.S. ITC judge says Samsung infringed Apple patents
South Korea’s Samsung Electronics, the world’s top maker of smartphones, infringed Apple patents to make its smartphones and tablets, a U.S. trade panel judge said in a preliminary decision issued on Wednesday.Apple had filed a complaint in mid-2011, accusing Samsung of infringing its patents in making its Captivate, Transform and Fascinate smartphones, as well as the Galaxy Tablet.
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