“The bosses of Google Inc. and Samsung Electronics reportedly are holding high-level talks in Korea this week, and there’s little doubt about the main topic of the conversation – Apple Inc.,” Dan Gallagher reports for MarketWatch.

“Apple won a court victory over Samsung in San Jose, Calif.last month,” Gallagher reports. “The federal court jury found the company infringed on some key Apple patents, and a awarded judgment of more than $1 billion. Sales injunctions are a distinct possibility.”

Gallagher reports, “Samsung is likely interested in how the huge portfolio of wireless patents that Google acquired when it bought Motorola Mobility last year can help its case, given that Apple’s main complaints are directed at the software that Google designed.”

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