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Samsung Caught in iPhone Screenshot Shocker

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You're not helping your case here Samsung. That's blatantly a photoshop screenshot hack-job you've got there on your Galaxy Player 5.0 and you didn't even take the time to create the screenshot yourself.

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No, instead they ripped the iPhone screenshot straight from Laura Scott's blog back in 2008; cut off the top section and bunged it into the promotional material. Someone in the marketing department at Samsung really needs a shakedown. [Daring Fireball via Gizmodo UK]


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frankurd
Arggh! there goes a...snake a snake!

Although this is a blatant copy including the search term and results, it brings up a good question.

Is copying a Google Map image really 'copying' someone? What if it just happens to be in the same location? It's like taking a picture of Mt. Rushmore and someone else taking that same picture with their camera.