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Samsung has been granted a minor reprieve in its Galaxy Tab 10.1 patent dispute with Apple in Europe, with the German court suspending a temporary injunction on European sales and promotion for all countries in the region, except for Germany itself.
In a Netherlands courtroom today, Apple reportedly reveals that Samsung is seeking to charge Apple 2.4 percent of the price of each chip in their patent dispute.
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.
Brenno de Winter says case is hindering his writing about smart-card security and other security news and restricting his travel.
Brenno de Winter was identified as a suspect after telling the public about how Holland's new transit chip card system could be defrauded.
Filing in The Netherlands seeks a ban on importation and sales of Galaxy smartphones and tablets, as well as a stock recall within 14 days, according to a Dutch publication.
Local rival Hyves is too dominant for the News Corp.-owned social network to make the impact that it hoped to, Dutch news outlets report.
European competition regulators have requested information from Samsung in a case involving Apple, its rival in multiple patent-infringement lawsuits.
Apple allegedly tweaked an image of the Galaxy S smartphone to look more like the iPhone 4, and presented it as evidence that Samsung's phone looks too similar to its device.