After a bitter and protracted legal battle with iPad maker Apple, Samsung has announced the release of its Android powered rival tablet computer, the Galaxy Tab 10.1. The High Court today denied Apple the right to appeal its earlier decision to allow Samsung to sell its tablet in Australia and lifted the injunction that had been imposed until today.
A small Spanish tablet manufacturer has managed to defend its Android tablet patents in court against the monolithic Apple, which may have far-reaching implications across the globe.
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