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Submitted by Mark484 952d ago | news

Apple files new appeal, wants Samsung Galaxy Nexus banned again

First Post - Tech giant Apple Inc, battling Samsung Electronics Co over patents in several countries, argued on Thursday that a US appeals court should reconsider its decision to overturn a pretrial sales ban on Samsung for infringement. (Apple, Industry, Phones, Samsung Galaxy Nexus)

iNFAMOUZ1  +   952d ago
apple just put a sock in it, your done,
caseh  +   952d ago
Desperate times call for desperate measures it would seem.
KingPin  +   952d ago
hahaha this makes me laugh.

apple still throwing their toys around, throwing tantrums, kicking and screaming like a 5 yr old kid.
Revvin  +   952d ago
I'm an iPhone and iPad user and I'm disappointed to see Apple taking this route once more. They say they are all about innovation, this is stiffling it. My partner also has an iPad and iPhone but she is also becomming disenchanted with Apple. They may have billions in the bank, they will not fall overnight but in time they will turn more and more people away from the Apple brand, even existing customers like myself and my partner.

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