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Commentary: Will Apple soften its stance against Samsung after reaching peace deal with HTC? - comments from readers
Daniel Shen, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 14 November 2012]
  • Posted on Nov 15, 04:46

    I don't think the problem has been Apple. Apple has been willing to license since 2010, but Samsung is not interested. It thinks only its patents has value, not Apple's.
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