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____/ Marti Van Lin on Wednesday 24 Aug 2011 16:38 : \____
> On 24-08-11 17:04, Hardon wrote:
>> Samsung has been banned from selling three models of its Galaxy
>> smartphones in a number of European countries.
>> The preliminary injunction was handed down by a court in the
>> Netherlands after Apple filed a claim for patent infringement.
>> It claimed that Samsung had copied technology owned by Apple relating
>> to the way photos are displayed on mobile devices.
>> The embargo is due to come into effect in seven weeks.
>> A district court in the Hague upheld Apple's claim concerning one
>> specific patent - EP 2059868 - which outlines an interface for viewing
>> and navigating photographs on a touchscreen phone.
> The ruling does _not_ prohibit sales of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, which
> had been mentioned in the original lawsuit.
> I have a very cheap Chinese Tom-Tech WM8650 7" Tablet, running Android
> 2.2 "Froyo" now, with a custom "Honeycomb" ROM.
> For Christmas I defiantly want to buy myself a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.
BBC is being a liar here.
~~ Best of wishes
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