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Apple vs. Samsung: Who stole first?

Apple vs. Samsung: Who stole first?

The titanic legal battle taking place Apple and Samsung is approaching its moment of greatest tension. So far, the situation seems to be favoring people of Cupertino, appeared after several details indicating that the Korean giant copied several aspects of the iPhone to develop its Galaxy line of phones. But instead of becoming tangled and consume resources to deny the evidence that Apple has going for it, Samsung has launched a new attack from another angle: Prove that Apple stole technology first. What is the object of contention? The DiamondTouch system, developed by Mitsubishi ... in 2001.

    One might think that large companies in the market, with its enormous resources and extensive customer base they have, would focus on providing better products and services, minimizing any conflict to not lose efficiency. But the reality throws a bucket of cold water. Giants of computing, consumer electronics and telecommunications are killing each other. There may be "alliances" and "agreements" as long as the conditions of patents and licenses are in order. And if not, nuclear silos takes a few seconds to open. Who closely monitor the legal aspect of these giants know that the shock is stealing all the titles is Apple and Samsung. We speak of "shock" because we've reached a point where it is impossible to use the word "demands" to describe the carnage. Apple and Samsung have been exchanging heavy ammunition around the world (with more than 50 open cases), but Cupertino has not focused exclusively on the Korean giant. Virtually everything related to the operating system Android has felt, one way or another, the strength of the legal arm of the block.

El conflicto no tardó en llegar a la televisión. Conan O'Brien hizo su clásica parodia sobre la situación, con un representante de Samsung diciendo que "no copiaron" a Apple, y enseñando esta imagen - Apple vs Samsung
    The conflict soon came to television. Conan O'Brien made his classic parody of the situation, with a representative from Samsung saying that "copied" from Apple, and teaching this image - Apple vs Samsung

    In recent events, Samsung has improved its position in relation to "physical design" their phones and tablets, another point that is being studied closely. But the appearance of a 132-page internal document made it very exposed to Samsung. This document makes very specific reference to the design of the iPhone interface, and how Samsung should adapt their products to offer a similar experience. At first glance be considered a valid hit for everyone, but the document has caused much more noise than expected. However, instead of entering the pan and deal with the high temperature, Samsung adopted another strategy, which is to question the validity of Apple's patents. In essence, Apple patents have no substance whatsoever, because according to Samsung, would be based on stolen technology. The main menu of Samsung is the DiamondTouch system, developed by Mitsubishi in 2001.

El DiamondTouch tiene una función idéntica al "pinch-to-zoom". Y al no haber licenciado esto, Samsung acusa a Apple de haberse robado esta tecnología. - Apple vs Samsung
    The DiamondTouch has a function identical to the "pinch-to-zoom". And by failing to graduate this Samsung accuses Apple of stealing the technology. - Apple vs Samsung The DiamondTouch has a function identical to the "pinch-to-zoom". And by failing to graduate this Samsung accuses Apple of stealing the technology.

    Adam Bogue, Mitsubishi engineer, appeared as a witness and testified that he taught the DiamondTouch representatives from Apple in 2003. The DiamondTouch system, basically a table with touch capabilities, has a feature that can clearly be identified as the "pinch-to-zoom" that Apple is claiming as its own. The patent of the "pinch-to-zoom" would be just one of many that Cupertino is defending in court, but if one has a base questionable, could generate some chain reaction. However, the legal battle is taking place in California, so Apple would technically playing at home here. Meanwhile, the patent war continues. Only in July, Apple, Google, Microsoft, RIM, Motorola and Nokia have had some legal friction, and there is no sign that this will end, but quite the opposite.

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