Webwire: Apple doesn’t fear Samsung; RIM chief charged with negligence

US court documents reveal Apple doesn’t fear losing customers to rival smartphone maker Samsung, which it tips to cannibalize the sales of other Android device vendors.
RIM’s Indonesian chief faces charges of negligence, after a smartphone launch in capital Jakarta turned into a riot.
The first definitive decision in a raft of Apple patent violation suits against Android smartphone makers is expected next week, when the US International Trade Commission rules in a case against HTC.
A Catholic bishop claims mobile phones are sinful, allowing ready access to pornography and unsuitable relationships that can damage family life.
Samsung is hailing the success of a new chip-making facility in the US, which is up to speed producing 40,000 wafers a month some four weeks ahead of schedule.

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