The Australian notes that a decision on the temporary injunction against Samsung selling the Galaxy Tab 10.1 could be handed down tomorrow. It won't be the end of Apple and Samsung's legal squabbles, but could clear the way for sales of the tablet to begin. It'll clearly be months before Apple and Samsung disentangle in court worldwide, barring some kind of cross-licensing agreement between the two parties, but as The Australian notes, the injunction barring sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be under examination in the Federal Court in Sydney tomorrow. It's feasible that the injunction may be overturned, which may clear the way for Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales. I wouldn't bet on seeing them on store shelves tomorrow afternoon, even if Samsung emerges victorious.[The Australian]
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