Yesterday an Australian court judge granted Apple an injunction against the sale of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablets here. Today, US judge Lucy Koh has ruled in favour of Apple upholding the company's claim that Samsung's Galaxy tablets infringe upon iPad-related patents, but she did not go so far as to grant an injunction barring the sale of the tablets. [Reuters]
Samsung's Galaxy Tablets Infringe On Apple's Patents, Says US Judge
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