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You can’t blame ‘em for attempting, but it’s no shock that Samsung’s second effort to place a hold on the approaching American ban of its Galaxy Tab failed. Judge Koh has currently say the preparatory injunction might not hang around while the Korean business pursued an appeal, and now the Court of Appeals is backing her up. To make matters worse, the court has also rejected to accelerate the appeal procedure, potentially extending the time the flagship slates are missing out on from the racks. Now Sammy will certainly just need to wait for the trial to begin on July 30th and hope for a victory, or return and renovate its tablets to look less like an iPad. We hear that triangles could be the ticket.
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Last October, Samsung made a new attack in its ongoing patent war with Apple, filing motions to block sales of the iPhone 4S in both France and Italy, alleging infringements of patents relating to WCDMA standards for 3G-enabled devices. About a month ago the French motion was denied and now we’re learning that an Judge Marina Tavassi of the Italian Tribunale di Milano has said “negato” as well. What’s next? We hear Brazil is lovely this time of year…
As the legal drama between Apple and Samsung drags on around the world, US District Court Judge has rejected Apple’s request to block the sales of Galaxy devices. Reuters reports the ruling came out late Friday, with the judge deciding “It is not clear that an injunction on Samsung’s accused devices would prevent Apple from being irreparably harmed,”. This isn’t the first rejection for the folks from Cupertino either, after a request to speed up the trial was also denied back in July. The case itself will of course go on, but this means you’ll still be able to get your hands on those Galaxy Tabs, Galaxy S IIs and the like in the meantime.
By now we all know that Sony filed a lawsuit against Geohot and fail0verflow for their distribution of PS3 jailbreak firmware and asked the court for a temporary restraining order (TRO) to stop said distribution of the offending code. Well, according to Geohot, the court denied Sony’s motion earlier today, though we’ve been unable to confirm the ruling as the docket doesn’t yet reflect the court’s order. Geohot has reposted the code online, so it seems safe to say that the TRO was shot down and the jailbreak can once again roam the internet unencumbered by any legal decrees. The ruling, while favorable to the defendants, has little effect on the outcome of the litigation itself, so Hotz and company aren’t out of the woods just yet. We’ll keep you posted on the status of the order, and will also watch as the case progresses for the real fireworks to start.