Back to the patents war, Apple has attacked Samsung filling another litigation for the similarities of S-Voice with its Siri.
This could prevent the Korean giant selling the new Galaxy S III in The States
According to Redmonpie:
|The patent wars between Apple and Google are only heating up. On Tuesday, Apple filed a motion – in its second California litigation against Samsung – that could ban the sale of the Galaxy S III in the United States. Basically, they tossed the Galaxy S III in the same motion to ban the Galaxy Nexus in the US. But why? Because of infringements pertaining to Apple’s infamous voice command sassy butler Siri.|
Apple isn’t too satisfied about some of the fairly blatant similarities between Samsung’s own proprietary S Voice interface and Siri, and this could cause some serious inconvenience for the people behind the roughly nine million or so rumored pre-orders of the Galaxy S III. More specifically, Apple claims that Samsung’s latest flagship Android phone violates two patents held by the company; one a unified search patent in regards to Siri, and the other a data-tapping patent that is also being used against HTC in a request for an immediate import ban of 29 infringing devices.
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