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    Article: Samsung quietly removes local search from Galaxy S III in the US

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    I am shocked that Apple holds a patent on that. I remember the first Android on T-mobile (Tmbile's G1) and then the second Android - MyTouch had a search functionality way before apple even considered making apps or an API. It took a couple of years for apple to add a search screen, mostly because Android had one and everyone loved it. This really sucks.

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    "This really sucks"


    Yep.

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    Big bullys...

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    Blackberry also has local search does that mean they are infringing on the Apple Patent or is there a case for prior art?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dushdavj View Post
    Blackberry also has local search does that mean they are infringing on the Apple Patent or is there a case for prior art?
    RIM is not a present threat so wouldn't matter.

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