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Apple's continued disputes with Samsung reach new levels next week when yet another trial kicks off. But this time, Apple plans to argue its case using a raft of internal Samsung documents that openly admit that the company mimicked the iPhone — and was even warned off doing so by Google.
The New York Times is reporting that RIM has been found liable of infringing software patents held by Mformation Technologies. There goes $US147 million in damages for the BlackBerry manufacturer — more cash it can't afford to lose.
Last week, Samsung approached Apple with a compromise that would let company sell the Galaxy Tab in Australia. Apple rejected this settlement, opening the door for a long legal battle.
Just when you thought RIM's fortunes couldn't get any worse, along comes Dolby Laboratories to knock the beleaguered company a little bit lower.