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Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1N, a slightly changed version of its original Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet, can now be sold in Germany over Apple's objections, according to a new court ruling today.
A court in Germany has upheld the sales ban for Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in that country, in a somewhat symbolic victory for Samsung's patent war opponent Apple.
The Australian High Court has denied Apple's request for an appeal that would have extended the sales ban for Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet, letting the product to go on sale in that country Monday
The Australian High Court has granted Apple an extension of the sales ban for Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet until another hearing on the matter can be held later in December.
Samsung has come up with a solution to the German ban on its tablet: tweak the design so it looks a lot less like an iPad 2. The Galaxy Tab 10.1N is expected to launch only in Germany next week.
Apple has announced that it has rejected an offer from Samsung to solve its patent issues in Australia which means that Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet will continue to be banned for sale there.
Samsung has offered Apple some kind of deal that, if Apple accepts, could allow Samsung to start selling its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in Australia as early as next week.
Samsung has filed a counter-suit against Apple in Australia, claiming that Apple has violated several patent in that country related to wireless technology used by Apple's iPhone and iPad devices.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet has now been completely banned from being sold in Germany with a judge saying that the product had a "clear impression of similarity" with Apple's iPad.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet can once again be sold in most of Europe after a court turned over an earlier injunction that kept the tablet off store shelves.
Apple has been accused of modifying an image of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 in order to give it more of a resemblance to their iPad, in order to gain an upper hand during a court hearing.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet has been blocked from being sold in most of Europe, thanks to a new victory in court by Apple who has filed a patent lawsuit against Samsung.
Samsung's 10.1 inch version of its Galaxy Tab has been on sale here in the US for over a month but only for its WiFi version. If you have been waiting to get a version...
If you go on a flight from American Airlines in the near future you might be offered a free drink, a headset to listen to an in-flight movie or perhaps even a Galaxy Tab 10.1...