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Apple seeks Android documents in Samsung suit

During its patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung, Apple is attempting to force Google to turn over documents related to the Android operating system. In a court filing, Apple argued that Android is used in all of the allegedly infringing products from Samsung, and the operating system “provides much of the accused functionality” in Apple’s claims. Apple claims Google is improperly withholding information about the terms it’s using to locate documents that Apple requested. “It’s a question of transparency,” Apple lawyer Mark Lyon said. “We have concerns that they’re not doing a full search.” [via Bloomberg]

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