Mueller reports, “After confirming that Samsung won’t be allowed to use such ‘evidence’ as pictures from the 2001: A Space Odyssey movie and the Tomorrow People TV series, Judge Koh also ruled on an Apple motion necessitated by Samsung’s use of arguments and references to evidence concerning a ‘Sony style’ design project at Apple in its trial brief. Apple didn’t ask for a new ruling: it merely brought a motion to enforce a previous order by Judge Grewal.”
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MacDailyNews Take: A 2006 Sony Walkman inspired by Apple’s iPod that was predated by a 2005 Apple prototype that looks just like a current-gen iPhone is irrelevant.
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