Apple injunction against Galaxy Tab upheld in Germany
As part of the ongoing Apple vs Samsung litigation, German courts have once again upheld the preliminary injunction granted Apple which prohibits Samsung from selling the Galaxy Tab 10.1 -- perhaps all Galaxy Tab products -- in Germany. Samsung can appeal the decision, and Apple could owe them damages for lost sales if it's eventually overturned. Otherwise, according to FOSS Patents it looks like Apple competitors are going to need to visually differentiate their tablets from the iPad if they want to sell them in Germany, and perhaps elsewhere.
Maybe those handles from back in the Tablet PC days could come back into fashion?
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