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A Dusseldorf state court says the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N can be sold in Germany, despite Apple's claims that it violates patents the company holds.
The Higher Regional Court in Dusseldorf says that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 should not be offered for sale in Germany. The Galaxy Tab 8.9 is also banned from sale.
Find out all about the latest iPad 3 rumors, along with the usual dose of real news in this week's edition of Apple Talk Weekly.
In Dusseldorf, Germany, heavy crosswinds often force pilots to make some truly creative final approaches. A video compilation shows what passengers on the incoming planes would probably rather not see.
Apple hired a new head of retail, had a few bouts in foreign courts, and potentially had the secret behind its next tiny iPod leaked out. More on those stories (and then some) in this week's Apple Talk Weekly.
Apple's attempts at getting Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1N and Galaxy Nexus smartphone banned from sale in the country have been rejected by a German judge.
A German court has ruled Samsung's Galaxy Tab did infringe Apple's design, so the ban on the tablet has been upheld, in Germany at least. Ach du lieber!
A German court says Samsung violated Apple's patents by making its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet too similar in appearance to the Apple iPad.
Samsung yanks its Galaxy Tab 7.7 tablet from the IFA show floor after Apple receives an injunction against the device to go with an earlier ban on the larger Galaxy Tab 10.1.
A German court lifts the temporary injunction on the Galaxy Tab--which stemmed from an Apple patent lawsuit--in all EU countries except for Germany itself.