The Future of Android: What Apple vs. Samsung Means
I'm not sure about all the specifics, but from what I know, today's case means one of two things. The majority of Apple's case against Samsung was based on the undeniable fact that Samsung copied the iPhone with the Galaxy S and SII.
But the other issue at hand is that the patents for pinch-to-zoom were upheld. Does this mean that Apple can go and sue every other OEM into submission? Or was that only applicable in this case because Samsung purposefully copied the iPhone? Is this the beginning of the end for Android?
Will Google have to keep changing it until it avoids Apple's patents, utterly crippling it as an OS? What do you think?