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Apple vs Samsung: and the battle continues!

As told previously, the Apple vs Samsung patent war seems to never end, and has taken another turn. Apple is now targeting some of its rival’s hottest selling products.

Apple on Friday amended its second lawsuit to add the Galaxy S III smartphone and Galaxy Note “phablet” to a list of products that it says infringe on its intellectual property. Apple says “infringing Samsung products include the at least 21 new smartphones, media players, and tablets that Samsung has released beginning in August 2011 and continuing through August 2012“, and  insists that its suffering irreparable damage from the sale of these devices and that Samsung has “continued to flood the market with copycat products.”  The patents Apple is bringing to bear on the 21 additional Samsung phones include classic hits like ‘647 “Data Detectors” and ‘721 “Slide-to-unlock.”

The Galaxy S III has been a runaway bestseller for Samsung. In its first two months on the market, it cracked 10 million in global sales. A U.S. ban on sales of the phone would tarnish the smartphone’s success.

 
 
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