Tuesday, July 3, 2012

iPhone 5 release date: Apple’s Ban of Galaxy Tablet Upheld by Court

A U.S. Federal Court Judge Lucy Koh rejected South Korean electronics company Samsung's appeal to lift a ban on the sales of its 10 inch Samsung Galaxy Tablet, after ruling last week that Samsung's Galaxy tablet had violated Apple's patent design. Judge Koh told the Washington Post, "Although Samsung has a right to compete; it does not have a right to compete unfairly, by flooding the market with infringing products." This is second pre-trial injunction Samsung lost. Last week the company's Nexus Galaxy was imposed with a pre-trial ban. Samsung has repealed the injunctions at the Federal Court of Appeals in Washington. However, the ban does not apply to the sales of Galaxy 10.1 II and stores are permitted to sell the Galaxy 10.1 that they possess in stock. Samsung Spokesperson told Washington Post that the ban will not have a "significant have a significant impact on our business operations." The case is due in court later this month. In a heated tussle that started last year when Apple filed suit against Samsung for infringing on a number of its patents including the Samsung galaxy Tablet 10.1 and the Galaxy Nexus. Apple accused the South Korean company of "slavishly copying the iPhone and iPad," as reported by Mercury News.Samsung denies all allegations and is engaging in a countersuit, which will also take place later this month. There are reported rumors that Apple is planning on advancing the launch of the iPhone 5 by three months in light of the highly successful sales of the Samsung Galaxy S3, if the reports are true that would mean the iPhone 5 will be released in August as opposed to November 2012. 。 sex toy,sex gadget,adult toy

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