Samsung's turn to accuse Apple of infringing patents
Samsung has taken its turn in court to accuse Apple of infringing on patents related to emailing photographs and 3G wireless technology.
Electrical engineering professor at Harvard Dr Woodward Yang claimed that Apple's products use Samsung-patented features for mobile phones.
Talking of patents that cover technology for easily finding photos in an album, Yang added: "The idea here was, let's have a bookmark."
He was one of the first witnesses that Samsung called to the stand after Apple had paraded a number of experts that suggested the South Korean firm's phones violated patents.
One such expert, award-winning graphic designer Susan Kare, suggested that Samsung products were "confusingly similar" to those of Apple.
Later yesterday (August 14th) Samsung designer Jeeyuen Wang was called to the stand and she asserted that herself and large Korean team worked hard for three months to create Samsung's own icons for the Galaxy S devices.
"I slept perhaps two hours, or three hours a night," Wang said.
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