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+ - Pinch-to-Zoom and Rounded Rectangles: What the Jury Didn't Say->

Submitted by CharlyFoxtrot
CharlyFoxtrot (1607527) writes "Steve Wildstrom at Tech.Pinions takes on some of the what he calls folklore surrounding Apple v Samsung, investigating what was and wasn't part of the case and how the media got it wrong : "There’s one serious problem with the first sentence, which was repeated dozens of times in stories in print and on the Web. Apple only has a limited patent on the pinch to shrink, stretch to zoom gesture that is a core element of touch interfaces. And the ’826 patent wasn’t in dispute in the Samsung case because Apple never asserted it. In fact, this particular patent does not seem to be in dispute in any litigation.""
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Pinch-to-Zoom and Rounded Rectangles: What the Jury Didn't Say

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