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(Pando Daily)   Samsung finds a whole new market in which they can innovate. Of course, being Samsung, what they really intend to do is just copy other companies' products   (pando.com) divider line 13
    More: Obvious, Samsung, biotechnology companies, generic drugs, high profiles, Amgen, follow on, cell lines  
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2014-05-19 11:27:20 AM
Of course, being Samsung, what they really intend to do is just copy other companies products

They learned from Apple how to make money in the market
 
2014-05-19 11:40:50 AM
Look at the rounded corners on those pills!

They're stealing someone's iNnovation!!
 
2014-05-19 12:05:53 PM
Wasn't it a few weeks ago that an article mentioned something about Apple possibly getting into biotechnology?  That they had taken out some trademarks / patents out on something?  Seems  like this is the next growth field for most tech companies, all this nanotechnology with micro robots in pills.
 
2014-05-19 01:04:36 PM
Samsung Electronics is just a part of Samsung.  Even technology is a part of Samsung as a company.  They make some of the largest boats in the world, they are involved in all sorts of healthcare stuff, and runs insurance companies in other countries.
 
2014-05-19 01:40:48 PM

AngryDragon: Look at the rounded corners on those pills!

They're stealing someone's iNnovation!!



Plus, the pills are 35% larger than the iTab. I don't see how anyone can say they are copying.
 
2014-05-19 01:47:38 PM
There's nothing wrong with going into a market dominated by others and putting out a product that people like better, even at the risk of being deemed a "me-too" producer of goods. I used to buy nothing but Sony TVs, now every video-based thing I have, including my computer monitors,  is by Samsung. They initially got me by offering the same features for a lower price. They've kept me by their stuff being high quality and holding up for a long time. So call them copycats as much as you want, they'll smirk as the customer money flows into their bank accounts.
 
2014-05-19 01:59:33 PM

AngryDragon: Look at the rounded corners on those pills!

They're stealing someone's iNnovation!!


Samsung has a long history of copying and getting sued before the apple stuff.  Blackberry, Pioneer, Kodak, Sharp, the list goes on and on.

Kind of a crappy company....
 
2014-05-19 02:09:41 PM
This joke never gets old!

You can just copy the same headline again and again, subby, and it will be greenlit!

Just copy it, you know, like Samsung always does!

HA!
 
2014-05-19 03:13:33 PM
In before Apple sues Samsung for copying the design of the Beats by Apple Pill.
 
2014-05-19 06:10:44 PM
Really? Kill yourself subtard.
 
2014-05-19 11:30:47 PM
I understand that advertising works. I get brand loyalty - partial to a couple of manufacturers and give them the benefit of the doubt on occasion... But what's been going on the last several years with the partisan nature of apple (hey, nice stuff - own some of that shiat myself, but damn) proponents is kind of weirding me out. It's like scientology or stepford wives sort of weird with people rooting for like freakin' court cases and shiat. Never seen anything like it. Though I'm sure some ford/chevy partisans from the 70's could straighten me out.
 
2014-05-20 01:34:42 AM
"But what's been going on the last several years with the partisan nature of apple proponents is kind of weirding me out."

Oddly, I think the same thing applies to Samsung-loving Android aficionados.

Then I realize a good third of them are paid astroturfers from Samsung, a company well-known to game social media.
 
2014-05-20 02:00:53 AM

Drunk Astronaut: "But what's been going on the last several years with the partisan nature of apple proponents is kind of weirding me out."

Oddly, I think the same thing applies to Samsung-loving Android aficionados.

Then I realize a good third of them are paid astroturfers from Samsung, a company well-known to game social media.


Which means there are less of them. Which means more reasonable users, rather than the blind following the blind
 
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