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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 does infringe iPad patents in US

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 does infringe iPad patents in US

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As Apple successfully launches its iPhone 4S phone today, it is also celebrating in US courts as a judge has ruled that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 does infringe on some of Apple's iPad patents. However, no injunction has been ordered as yet, and there... >>

Samsung fights back - counter sues Apple in Australia

Samsung fights back - counter sues Apple in Australia

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Like two boys squabbling in the playground, tech giants Apple and Samsung seem to refuse to drop it, with the Korean manufacturer now counter suing on patent infringement in Australia.  Sammy chose the land down under to take Apple on over its wireless... >>

iPhone 4 regains 'world's thinnest smartphone' title from Samsung

iPhone 4 regains 'world's thinnest smartphone' title from Samsung

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Apple has regained the right to crown its iPhone 4 the "worlds thinnest smartphone" after the Advertising Standards Authority ruled its thickest point was thinner than that of the Galaxy S II's thickest.  The iPhone 4 measures 9.3mm thick, whilst Samsung's... >>

Apple iPad vs Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 round 2 - Netherlands

Apple iPad vs Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 round 2 - Netherlands

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As we've said before, if you're after a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, live in the UK, and didn't manage to get hold of one of the remaining stock on the shelves of high street retailers, you should check out the Netherlands. The German court ruling which prevents... >>

Google accuses Microsoft of jumping in bed with Apple

Google accuses Microsoft of jumping in bed with Apple

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Google has come out all guns blazing in defence of its mobile OS Android - accusing arch-rivals Microsoft and Apple of teaming up in "a hostile, organised campaign" against the platform. Speaking via the Google blog David Drummond, SVP and chief legal... >>

Australia granted Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales after all

Australia granted Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales after all

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For a brief moment yesterday it looked like our friends down under were going to have to go without the brilliant new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, due to an ongoing legal battle with Apple.  This official statement from Samsung Australia, however, appears... >>

No Samsung Tab 10.1 for Australians until Apple feud ends

No Samsung Tab 10.1 for Australians until Apple feud ends

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It looks like Australia is going to miss out on the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 thanks to the never-ending patent battles the company is having with Apple.  Apple and Samsung have agreed to cease advertising and sales of the new tablet in Australia until... >>

Stormtrooper helmet designer defeats George Lucas in court battle

Stormtrooper helmet designer defeats George Lucas in court battle

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In a landmark copyright case, original Stormtrooper helmet designer Andrew Ainsworth has emerged victorious over George Lucas, being allowed to continue manufacturing replicas in the UK. Ainsworth argued that he wasn't creating artistic works, which have... >>

Angry Birds caught up in Lodsys patent suit

Angry Birds caught up in Lodsys patent suit

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Angry Birds developer Rovio is the latest app developer to be dragged into the Lodsys patent lawsuit, which also makes claims against, among others, gaming giants Electronic Arts, Atari, Square Enix and Take Two. The company filed a suit against seven... >>

Winklevoss v Facebook is back - this time it's Boston

Winklevoss v Facebook is back - this time it's Boston

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You may remember Facebook telling us yesterday that they were "pleased to see the other party now agrees". Well it looks like they don't, with the Winklevoss twins now taking their 7-year-long Facebook battle to the Massachusetts courts. The pair have... >>