Federal Court Justice Annabelle Bennett is due to deliver her verdict on the temporary injunction against Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 at Midday today. We'll report the verdict later today as soon as she's finished delivering it. This won't be the end of the case by any stretch of the imagination; it relates only to the temporary injunction, not the ongoing patent case between the two companies. It's still a critical point in the battle between Apple and Samsung, especially as Samsung's already said that not being able to launch the Tab 10.1 in the next few weeks will probably lead to them abandoning plans to launch the unit at all.
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