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Why Tech Giants Want Samsung To Beat Apple In The Supreme Court

The Supreme Court finally held a hearing today on a years-long dispute between Apple and Samsung over smartphone patents. What it ultimately decides will have major impact on how tech companies think about design patents--Apple supporters say keeping the original law will protect individual design, and Samsung supporters say the law needs to change or it will stifle tech innovation.
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