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Tuesday, 24 January 2012 13:09

Apple loses another battle with Samsung

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Dutch court confirms earlier decision

Apple lost yet another battle in its war to ban Samsung’s tablets over patent infringement. 

A Dutch appellate court dismissed on Tuesday Apple’s appeal and thus confirmed the lower court’s ruling. You may recall that the latter court ruled that Galaxy Tab 10.1 devices are not copies of Apple’s iPad.

Since the company seems terribly interested in exchanging its main business for a more lawsuit oriented one, we’d be brave enough to pitch them an idea. Namely, we’re toying with the notion of the iSue – a gadget that analyzes the market in realtime and automatically proposes lawsuits against anyone who may overthrow you in the next decade.

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