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Dutch court rules in Samsung’s favor

After an avalanche of bad news for Samsung in its legal battle against the giant Apple, the sun seems to be finally rising for the Android king.

First a key patent used by Apple to prove Samsung’s infringement in several Android devices has been invalidated by the USPTO, making Samsung’s defense following the August California jury verdict more easier than expected.

Then, after losing its appeal in U.K. court, Apple lost again in Dutch court: Samsung Electronics does not infringe an Apple patent by using certain touch techniques on some of the Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablet computers. Samsung has therefore been found not guilty of copying the technology described in patent EP2098948, which is basically the “pinch to zoom” function that is so popular nowadays in so many smartphones and tablets.

With these products Samsung does not infringe the claims that Apple has made,” the court said in its ruling. The court in The Hague ordered Apple to pay legal costs of $421,000.

This is another minor triumph, but a triumph nevertheless for the Korean company in this legal brawl.

We welcome today’s ruling, which affirms our position that our products do not infringe Apple’s intellectual property. For decades, we have heavily invested in pioneering the development of technological and design innovations in the mobile industry, which have been constantly reflected in our products. We will continue to further develop and introduce products that enhance the lives of Dutch consumers.” commented Samsung in an official statement following the verdict.

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3 Comments on “Dutch court rules in Samsung’s favor”

  1. genus serum October 26, 2012 at 8:37 pm #

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  2. Carlos 3S October 29, 2012 at 2:17 pm #

    when i need to understand something i know that i will probably find it in here.

  3. Laura November 5, 2012 at 2:29 am #

    Very understandable, thanks. Will this battle ever stop?

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