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Apple and Samsung are still duking it out in the courtrooms. We’ve made the analogy to two kids fighting in the schoolyard. Anyway, Apple is requesting that Samsung’s logo be concealed from video displays during courtroom sessions, so that jurors cannot see it.
This was originally reported by Florian Mueller over at FOSS Patents.
A portion of Mueller’s report details why he understands the reasoning for this:
“At first sight, this may seem very funny, but I actually understand why Apple would make this request: act a conscious level, it can show to jurors that Samsung actually contributes technology to the U.S. government, and at a subconscious level, it creates the impression of the court being Samsung territory.”
It’s also worth remembering that Apple CEO Tim Cook and Samsung CEO Gee-Sung Choi will meet in San Francisco later this month, as ordered by the courts, in hopes of resolving the dispute.
More on Apple and Samsung: Here.
[Via Apple Insider]