The iPhone and iPad maker cannot add its main rival's smartphone to a list of devices it wants banned for allegedly infringing its patents, a court rules.
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It seems the $1 billion patent war between Apple and Samsung is far from over.
Thanks to an embellished statement by Apple following a U.K. court order, the iPhone and iPad must now pay Samsung's legal fees as a result of its deliberate faux pas.
The iPhone and iPad maker has issued an 'advert' on its website, following a U.K. High Court ruling earlier this year, in which Apple slams ten bells out of Samsung, its arch-rival in the tablet space.
As the iPhone 5 works on both Telstra's and Optus' 4G LTE networks, Apple looks like it has avoided another costly court battle with the ACCC.
The ACT Magistrates Court has ruled that tracking down a stolen iPad using Find My iPhone is no different to calling out to a kidnapped child.
17-year-old boy sold kidney for only 22,000 yuan (US$3,480) to buy iPhone and iPad. Court trial begins on underground chains for illegal trading of organs in China.
While PC OEMs have to struggle with single-digit gross margins, Apple pulled in gross margins of around 50 percent on U.S. iPhone sales between April 2010 and March 2012.
As Samsung and Apple set out their arguments ahead of next week's patent showdown, a US magistrate has told the jury that Samsung destroyed relevant evidence, albeit not necessarily deliberately
Apple will have to pay damages to Samsung for infringing on its patents in the iPad and iPhone, after a Dutch court found in Samsung's favour.Samsung is the leading Android phone manufacturer, which makes it Apple's biggest rival in the mobile market.
Apple has filed a suit in San Diego federal court accusing Motorola of breaching its licensing agreement with Qualcomm over a chip used in the iPhone 4S.The Californian company's latest filing revolves around technology found in the iPhone 4S's MDM6610 baseband chip, which is made by Qualcomm and contains technology licensed from Motorola.
An Italian court has dashed Samsung's hopes of getting a preliminary injunction issued against the iPhone 4S in Italy in the latest twist of the ongoing patent battles between the two companies.According to ANSA.
Samsung has lost its court battle for a sales injunction on Apple's iPhone 4S in Italy. But Apple is not entirely out of the woods yet, with many other cases pending.
Samsung is pushing for the court case that could see the ban of sales of the iPhone 4S in Australia to be heard as soon as possible, while Apple seeks to delay the case.
A caller ID patent holder is suing Apple for alleged infringement of two core patents, and is asking a court to ban iPhone sales in the U.S.
A regional German court has ruled that Apple products, including the iPhone and iPad, infringe on GPRS patents held by Motorola Mobility.The ruling was issued on Friday by the Mannheim Regional Court in Germany and is one of a number of patent disputes between the two companies.
Samsung's bid to halt the sales of Apple's iPhone 4S in France has failed. One case down, another case in Italy to go, as the global, on-going patent dispute spreads.
Apple and Samsung have today come to a grudging agreement in the Federal Court of New South Wales that will see a trimmed-down version of Samsung's cross claim against the iPhone 3GS, the iPhone 4S and the iPad 2 heard as an early final hearing next year.
An Australian court will hear Samsung's case to ban sales of Apple's iPhone 4S in the country in March, as part of an ongoing global patent dispute.
Apple's local success with the iPhone 4S may be short lived, with Samsung today filing a motion for an injunction in the Federal Court of New South Wales to block the device, as well as the previous model, the iPhone 4, and the iPad 2.