Apple vs Samsung: US Judge Rejects Samsung Tablet Ban!

Apple has been fighting to legally ban Samsung from selling tablets in the US….

In the ongoing court battles of Apple vs Samsung, Apple has been pressing hard to stop Samsung from selling four different devices in the United States.


They have been seeking a temporary ban, which would have prohibited Samsung from selling their Droid Charge, the Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Galaxy S 4G and the Infuse 4G.

In the Apple vs Samsung case, Apple has alleged that Samsung’s tablets are infringing upon their patent, and copy the iPhone and the iPad.  Well, Samsung has brought forth their own suit against Apple, which claims patent violations against the Cupertino company.

For now, Samsung will continue operating as normal, and their lower-cost tablets will most likely continue to outsell the more expensive iPads.

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Tune in next time for more news, tips and tricks!

Ray Mackie   TekTime


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3 Responses to Apple vs Samsung: US Judge Rejects Samsung Tablet Ban!

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