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Samsung wins court case Apple in Australia

Samsung Electronics Co. is free to sell its Galaxy tablet computer in Australia after a court Friday rejected Apple’s appeal in its global battle for the patent.

The Supreme Court had temporarily banned the sale of the Galaxy while pending a final decision on allowing Appel to appeal on a court ruled in favor of Samsung.

Following the ruling, Samsung said in a statement that its Galaxy Tab 10.1 “will be available in stores for the holiday shopping period.”

Samsung took Apple to court in Australia after accusing the South Korean company of copying its iPad and iPhone.

In October, a judge ordered Samsung to stop selling the Galaxy tablet before a trial. But the South Korean company returned to the court, appealed the decision and won the right to resume sales.

However, Apple immediately appealed that decision to the Supreme Court, which gave an order while pending a final decision.

The battle began in April when the company’s Cupertino, California, sued Samsung in the United States stating that the product design, user interface and presentation of the Galaxy “blind copied” to the iPad and the iPhone.

Samsung responded with their own demands where he accused Apple of violating its patents on wireless telecommunications.

The fighting has spread to 10 countries, with the courts in several of them, including those of Germany and Holland, failing against Apple. The case gives us another question to answer about Samsung: the world’s number one in sales of televisions and the second on smartphones,  would be the next number one on smartphones or tablets and come out from the shadow of Apple?

Source image: http://www.mobiletor.com/images/samsung-australia.jpg

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One Comment on “Samsung wins court case Apple in Australia”

  1. trey genders May 7, 2014 at 2:08 pm #

    Great work! That is the kind of information that should be shared around the web.
    Disgrace on Google for not positioning this submit upper!

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