Samsung redesigned the Galaxy Tab in November, giving it a new metal band around the edge that bleeds into the front of the device. And it seems that's done the trick, with Apple's patent claims rejected in a preliminary hearing. And now this. Samsung -- which supplies parts for the iPad -- has counter-sued, claiming infringements of its patents for mobile tech, making the whole farrago all the more strange. A court in Mannheim has ruled against Samsung in two of the patent cases, and will decide on the third on 2 March.
Motorola also threw its hat into the ring, succeeding in having several models of iPhone and iPad banned in Germany because of -- you guessed it -- a patent injunction, This one related to Moto's love potion iphone case wireless intellectual properties, Just a few hours later Apple managed to overturn the ban though, It's a full-time job keeping track of these legal wrangles, Steve Jobs saw Android as a stolen product, and declared "thermonuclear war" on Google, The search behemoth is in the process of acquiring Motorola, so don't expect these legal tussles to go away anytime soon..
Has anyone copied anyone else? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below, or on Facebook. A German court has ruled the redesigned Samsung Galaxy Tab doesn't infringe any Apple patents. Things have swung Samsung's way again in its ongoing court battle with Apple. A German court has ruled Samsung's redesigned Galaxy Tab doesn't infringe any of Apple's patents, meaning the tablet is cleared for sale, Reuters reports. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, The 'Just Upgrade My Phone' contract -- see what they did there? -- lets mobile users upgrade to "a selection of the latest smart phones on the market" as often as every six months, Think of it as the Doodle Jump of mobile tariffs, allowing you to hop from shiny new handset to shiny new handset, leaving a trail of yesterday's models in your wake like a mobile Casanova, There are no upfront fees for each upgrade, which Phones 4u reckons makes JUMP love potion iphone case more accommodating than other flexible tariffs on the market, However, the monthly tariff price rises with each JUMP -- so you'll need to shell out an extra £2.99 to £3.99 per month to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Superduperwhuper or the HTC BurningHeartsDesire before your mates do..
Phones 4u has been trialling JUMP in 100 of its shops since last May, but from today the contract created for handset Casanovas will begin rolling out nationwide. It's expected to be available in all 580-plus stores by May, and also from Phones 4u online and telesales. The JUMP contract includes remote data back-up and storage for contacts, music, photos and videos from Phones 4u. Up to three mobiles can be traded back in at a time when you upgrade -- or you're free to hoard them in your desk drawer. Phones 4u guarantees that your old phone will be worth at least £100 for the first 12 months -- provided it's not been too badly treated. Cracked screens, water damage and missing batteries won't wash.
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