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Fallout From Apple Vs. Samsung Verdict & What It Means For Mobile Search

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Since last week's [URL="http://www.internetmarketingclub.org/entry.php/660-Apple-Victorious-Over-Samsung-in-Patent-Court-Battle"]court ruling[/URL] in favor of Apple over Samsung, the Internet has been abuzz with talk about who really wins, who benefits the most, and who suffers the most. For Internet marketers, our focus is on how a possible shake up in smartphone technology will impact mobile search. At this point, so early in the process it is hard to tell if there will be big changes or not. However, this court case leaves the door open for the possibility of Apple suing Google over Android and at that point, a victory over Google [URL="http://www.seroundtable.com/apple-samsung-15617.html"]could drastically[/URL] change mobile search, voice search, and image search.

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