walterbyrd writes: "The lawsuit covers almost all of Apple’s products and services, including the iPhone, iPad, Mac computers, Apple TV, iTunes, iCloud, and the Apple App Store. . . One interesting note: the law firm representing Intertrust, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, is the same firm representing Samsung in its patent design suit against Apple."
walterbyrd writes: "German court bans Samsung from selling its Galaxy Tab 7.7 across the European Union, but allows Samsung to continue selling its Tab 10.1N. . . The patent war between Apple and Samsung rages on. The latest victim is Samsung's Galaxy Tab 7.7 Android tablet. The Dusseldorf Higher Regional Court in Germany on Tuesday upheld a preliminary sales ban of the device."
walterbyrd writes: "Apparently a lot of device users are getting fed up with Apple. #BoycottApple has been the second strongest trending stream on Google+ for some time now. It's also trending on Facebook, and Twitter."
walterbyrd writes: "Apple won an injunction against Samsung’s 10-inch Galaxy Tab in a California federal court Tuesday after a judge ruled that Apple had made a “strong” claim that the Samsung tablet had improperly copied the design of the iPad.
“Although Samsung has a right to compete, it does not have a right to compete unfairly, by flooding the market with infringing products,” U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh wrote in her decision, according to the Associated Press.
walterbyrd writes: "Apple Inc has asked a federal court in California to block Samsung Electronics Co Ltd from selling its new Galaxy Nexus smartphones, alleging patent violations. In a suit filed last week in San Jose, Apple said the Galaxy Nexus infringes on patents underlying features customers expect from its products. Those include the ability to unlock phones by sliding an image and to search for information by voice."
walterbyrd writes: "Apple continues to hound Samsung Electronics at the district court in Dsseldorf, and has now filed another lawsuit aimed at 10 models in its Galaxy family of smartphones, according to Peter Schtz, spokesman at the court."