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    Samsung may try to block next iPhone in Europe too

    Samsung may try to block next iPhone in Europe too β€’ The Register

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    Posted in Mobile, 21st September 2011 08:28 GMT

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    Samsung could try to get the iPhone 5 delayed or banned in Europe, a source has told South Korea's Maeil Business Newspaper today. The Korean giant is considering a lawsuit against the next version of the Apple smartphone due in October, in the expectation that iPhone 5 will make use of some basic telecoms technology that Samsung has patented
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    HI all,

    Here's and updated article. See link.

    take care,

    Jay

    Samsung may try to block sale of Apple's new iPhone
    Samsung is considering legal action that would block the sale of Apple's next iPhone in the latest move in an increasingly acrimonious battle between the technology giants.


    Samsung may try to block sale of Apple's new iPhone - Telegraph

    The South Korean company is seeking an injunction to ban the forthcoming launch of the iPhone 5 in Europe as well as Korea on the basis that the American company has poached its technology.

    Although little is known about the latest version of Apple's iconic iPhone – which could be launched as early as next week – Samsung claims that it will rely on a technology that is protected by patents that it owns. The two companies have been locked in legal battles worldwide over the past few months.
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