To be honest, the amount of litigation flying around against different tech companies is starting to get passé, but hey, lawyers gotta law, right? A new batch of patent infringement suits has been filed by Apple against their Korean arch-nemesis, Samsung – this time the Cupertino company is taking offense at the recently released Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Apple is saying that the newest flagship Google smartphone infringes on patents underlying features customers expect from Apple, like sliding an image to unlock the phone, and by searching information via voice commands. Now, we’re no experts, but we’re pretty sure that voice commands were in existence before Apple’s “revolutionary” addition of Siri to the iPhone 4s, so honestly we’re kind of a loss there. As always, expect this new bout of lawsuits to intensify in the coming months.