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Monday, August 29, 2011

TECH WARS: Patents spat pits Apple against Samsung in Australia!


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DPA / The Hindu /  SYDNEY, August 29, 2011.

The launch of the Samsung Galaxy 10.1 tablet will be postponed in Australia.
The launch of the Samsung Galaxy 10.1 tablet will be postponed in Australia - AP.


South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Monday agreed to postpone the launch of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet computer in Australia until the end of September.
South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Monday agreed to postpone the launch of its 
The postponement is part of patent dispute with Apple Inc that centres on its likeness to the US company’s iPad 2.
Apple had demanded that Australian Federal Court Justice Annabelle Bennett order the postponement.
“Following today’s hearing in the Federal Court of Australia, Samsung has agreed to delay the launch of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 pending the court’s decision in the week commencing September 26, 2011,” Samsung said in a statement issued to The Australian newspaper.
“It should be noted that the court has not issued an injunction against the sale of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, and the court did not make any ruling during today’s hearing,” the statement added.
The electronics giants fell out in April, when Apple sued Samsung in the United States alleging that the Galaxy phone and tablet were copies of the iPhone and iPad.

Samsung responded with a legal action of its own.
 tablet computer in Australia until the end of September.
The postponement is part of patent dispute with Apple Inc that centres on its likeness to the US company’s iPad 2.
Apple had demanded that Australian Federal Court Justice Annabelle Bennett order the postponement.
“Following today’s hearing in the Federal Court of Australia, Samsung has agreed to delay the launch of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 pending the court’s decision in the week commencing September 26, 2011,” Samsung said in a statement issued to The Australian newspaper.
“It should be noted that the court has not issued an injunction against the sale of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, and the court did not make any ruling during today’s hearing,” the statement added.
The electronics giants fell out in April, when Apple sued Samsung in the United States alleging that the Galaxy phone and tablet were copies of the iPhone and iPad.
Samsung responded with a legal action of its own.


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