/// Apple Says Samsung Documents Show Google’s Influence On Galaxy Products
Apple introduced into evidence on Wednesday a pair of documents it argues show Google pressured Samsung to redesign its Galaxy products because they were too much like Apple’s phones and tablets. The documents, translated from Korean, are hard to read even in English due to all the code names and acronyms. At times, though, the message is clear. “Google is demanding distinguishable design vis-à-vis the iPad for the P3 (the original 10-inch Galaxy Tab),” Samsung wrote in a Feb. 22, 2010 e-mail summarizing a meeting with Google.
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Apple Says Samsung Documents Show Google’s Influence On Galaxy Products
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