By Noel Young
Samsung and Apple start a new round on Monday in their long-running patent feud in a courtroom at San Jose. This time, however, it might as well read Apple v Google, says the Wall Street Journal.
Apple and Samsung as the biggest makers of smartphones get most of the industry’s profits.
But when it comes to software, the world is divided between Apple and Google, whose dominant operating systems give them control over the apps”where smartphone users spend most of their time,” says the WSJ.
In Monday’s case, Apple is accusing Samsung of violating five software patents. Samsung says it licensed four Read full story ›
Source: The Drum