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Justices lean to Samsung in smartphone design dispute with Apple

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court appeared likely to rule that Samsung should not have to forfeit the entire profits from smartphones that violated Apple's design patents because the infringement affected only their appearance, not their capabilities. In an hour-long oral argument Tuesday that conjured up examples ranging from wallpaper to Volkswagen Beetles, a majority of justices seemed to buy.
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