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Tuesday, 19 April 2011 09:34

Apple takes action against Samsung

Written by David Stellmack
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The suit suggests the company violated its rights
Apple has taken exception with Samsung’s release of the Android-powered Galaxy S, Nexus S, Epic 4G, and the Galaxy Tablet. Apple has filed a lawsuit that claims Samsung has violated Apple’s intellectual property in number of releases.

Apple is claiming in the suit that Samsung basically copied Apple’s technology, rather than develop its own. We will have to see where this going, but we will not be the only ones watching, as we expect other companies to also be slapped with suits by Apple.

Sources tell us that Apple will want to have a full understanding of all of the points for both sides before rendering a decision.


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