Apple has filed another lawsuit again against Samsung for patent infringement. And this time, it\u2019s not about squares and rectangles. Sketch of Apple v. Samsung case by Vicki Ellen Behringer Apple has already won the first round when a jury ruled in favor of the fruit company and ordered Samsung to pay $929 million (which the latter is currently appealing). This time around, Apple is asking for around $2 billion in damages. The five patents in question are: the quick links patent wherein data is detected in a message and converted into a link, background data syncing, universal search on both the device and the internet at the same time, keyboard and text spelling autocorrect, and \u201cslide to unlock.\u201d Samsung claims that all, except \u201cslide to unlock,\u201d are native Android features. The phones involved in the lawsuit include the Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S2 Galaxy S2 Epic 4G Touch, Galaxy S2 Skyrocket, Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. I don\u2019t like that Apple uses these kinds of tactics, but if you look at it in a different angle, you would realize that these patents are a big part of Apple\u2019s phones. And these phones are a big part of Apple\u2019s business. I\u2019m not saying that these patents are valid or that Samsung is infringing them, I\u2019m just merely stating that corporations are obligated to defend their business. Ultimately though, no matter who wins, I think the only losers here seem to be us, the consumers. Any thoughts on the lawsuit? Who do you think is right? Who do you think will win?