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The patent war between Samsung and Apple

The European Commission is investigating the battle to keep Samsung and Apple to see if any of the companies have violated EU rules on patents in the mobile telephony sector, according to EU sources confirmed on November.

The EU executive has requested information from both companies to try to clarify the facts, “a step in the standard procedure of investigation of Brussels not prejudge the outcome of the same” sources said.

Confirmed that one has violated European competition rules, the Commission could impose a fine on the offending company up to 10 percent of its worldwide turnover.

The legal battle waged by both companies for months from accusations that Apple Samsung has plagiarized the “software” products like the iPhone and the iPad in its Galaxy range.

The patent war remains open cases in the courts of a dozen countries and it cost him last August to remove their devices Samsung Galaxy Tab in Germany and Holland, after he denounced Apple for copying “software” and the design of some of their equipment.

Image source: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/images/rw217849/samsung-apple-patent.jpg

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