SAN FRANCISCO, September 26 pm news, Apple’s lawyer Steven Polly (Steven Burley) said today that Samsung’s new Tablet PC at least three Apple patent infringement, and because these products will be unfairly steal iPad sales, it must be banned in Australia. Polly was held in Sydney, a two-day hearing, made the remarks.He hoped that the Australian federal judge Annabel Bennett (Annabelle Bennett) against Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Tablet PC sales in Australia.
The lawsuit is part of both the global patent war. The dispute began in April of this year, Apple was sued in the United States, California Samsung Galaxy iPad and iPhone products copied the design and technology. Samsung followed in South Korea, Japan and Germany filed a counterclaim.
According to the U.S. market research firm Gartner, Apple iPad tablet PC market in the world account for 73% of the share, including Android, including Samsung Galaxy Tab Tablet PC is only 17% of the share.
Samsung agreed to postpone the August release in the Australian market, Galaxy Tab 10.1, until the judge ruled Bennett. However, this decision will not affect the company’s other tablet PCs and smart phones in Australia to promote and sale.
Apple’s lawsuit in the United States claimed Galaxy Tab 10.1 infringing 10 patents. In order to publish in the Australian market, Samsung launched for the country’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 have made some changes. But Polly believes that although the Australian version of the reduced number of features, but still a violation of at least three Apple patents. Samsung lawyer David Card Martens (David Catterns) denied the Australian version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 function has decreased.
Samsung on September 17, filed a counterclaim to Apple, its iPhone and iPad alleged violation of the company’s seven wireless communications patents.
German Court ruled on September 9, prohibits the sale of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. The court also banned the sale of Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 in Germany, Tablet PC, Samsung earlier this month forced the Consumer Electronics Show in Berlin (IFA) pulled on this product.
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