Did you read the details about the lawsuit? Pay special attention to the bold (from the article quoted):
Originally Posted by EvilKell
HP didn't copy Apple's technology, didn't copy their user interface. At most, Apple might could make the claim against HP over style (though users are quick to point out the difference between aluminum and plastic), but that wouldn't get them far, (which was my point, sorry you missed it).
Rather than innovate and develop its own technology and a unique Samsung style for its smart phone products and computer tablets, Samsung chose to copy Apple's technology
, user interface
and innovative style in these infringing products.
I'll also point out, from the same article:
and I'll refer you back to what I actually wrote:
Lest we forget, the rarest outcome in such legal tussles is for an actual judgment to actually be handed down, so the greatest likelihood is that this will just lead to another round of grudging handshakes and licensing going one way with money going the other way,
but still, it's fun to see the big dogs barking at each other.[
And yes, I'm having a nice day, getting nicer by the moment.
Find me a device that was heavily marketed under its own name, where Apple successfully
sued because it looked too much like their product.