“Samsung attacked the validity of each and every one of the intellectual property rights asserted by Apple at this stage as well as Apple’s FRAND-related antitrust claims, and failed all the way,” Mueller reports. “It is very unusual for such a multi-pronged motion by a major industry player to fail entirely. This presumably concludes a dreadful week for Samsung in the Northern District of California, which previously involved a preliminary injunction against the Galaxy Tab 10.1, a far more important preliminary injunction against the Galaxy Nexus, the dismissal of one of Samsung’s patent infringement claims further to Apple’s summary judgment motion, and a clear Apple victory over expert reports.”
Muller reports, “GigaOM‘s Tom Krazit nailed it (on the two injunctions): ‘Even coming off the high of Google I/O, these developments are not good for Google and Android.’”
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MacDailyNews Take: Hey, Samsung, drop dead.
Apple’s products came first, then Samsung’s: