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“A U.S. District Court judge denied Apple’s bid to ban a number of Samsung’s devices from sale in the U.S., a little more than a week after a hearing on the matter.,” Josh Lowensohn reports for CNET. “In a late ruling Monday, Judge Lucy Koh — who presided over the entire trial between the two tech giants — denied Apple’s bid for a sales ban on 26 Samsung products, saying that any infringing features were just part of a larger feature set, thus making a sales ban too broad.”
Lowensohn reports, “Despite the fact that there were infringements found, Koh said in her ruling that a large number of the devices targeted within the ban are no longer on sale, and those that were had other features.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "silverhawk1" for the heads up.]
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