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German Court Agrees Galaxy Tab Copied iPad Design [Headlines]

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The South Korean electronics company Samsung, loses in its battle to sell the Galaxy Tab in Germany.

Caroline Ku
  • 29 august 2011

Samsung has been banned from selling its Galaxy Tab tablet computers in Germany until at least 9 September following a successful injunction claim by Apple. The decision leaves the South Korean electronics giant in limbo during the giant IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin next week.

A German court said on Thursday it would deliver its ruling on that date, two days after the end of IFA, after hearing arguments from Samsung and iPad maker Apple, which had argued that the Galaxy Tabs “slavishly” copied its design. Charles Arthur/The Guardian.

Image via Love For Tech.

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