Mon, Aug 5, 2013 6:38 PM EDT 1:06
Nokia decides to mock the iPhone 5 ad in which Apple claims more people take pictures with iPhone than any other camera. "At Nokia, we prefer to build for quality, not quantity." the ad says. The Obama administration's decision to overturn an international trade ruling against AppleInc. -- the first such veto in more than 25 years -- promises to upend long-running battles over intellectual property in the smartphone market and change the strategies some of the world's biggest technology companies use to defend their inventions. For the first time in more than 20 years, the White House squashed a verdict handed down by a top U.S. trade court, a result of an ongoing patent dispute between Samsung and Apple. The move came as a surprise to industry watchers, despite coming only a couple of months after the government set up a task force to "protect innovators from frivilous litigation."