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Japan court rejects Apple patent claims against Samsung
The decision follows a $1 billion win by Apple in a US court last week.
Samsung shares tumble after court judgement
The company’s shares dropped by 7.5 per cent after a California jury said it had infringed on Apple patents.
Michael D, rugby and video games: The week in numbers
How many people love (or loathe) the Lovely Girls? How popular is Guinness? And how long does it take a video to become viral?
Samsung to appeal after US court orders $1bn payment to Apple
The court decision could have major repercussions for the smartphone and tablet market after Samsung was found to have illegally copied some Apple devices.
Court bans some Samsung and Apple products in South Korea
A court has found that both tech companies infringed on each others patents which means that some of their products including the iPhone and iPad need to come off the shelves.
Jurors begin deliberations in Apple/Samsung patent trial
Each company is accusing the other of stealing design technology. Take a look back at the legal row here…
Court to hear Apple’s €2 BILLION patent claim against Samsung
The smartphone giants will lock horns in a federal court in the US today, with Apple seeking $2.5 billion for patent infringement.
Samsung extends lead over Apple in smartphone market
An independent research group says Samsung’s range of phones – and the times it released them – helped it boost its lead.
iForgot: TDs rarely use tablet computers that Leinster House already provides
There are already tablet computers available for TDs to use in the Dáil – but they’ve only been used 25 times since the election.
Apple ordered to run ads admitting Samsung did not copy the iPad
Other legal battles about the similarity of the two company’s products are being fought in Germany, the Netherlands and the US.
iLawmakers: TDs and Senators to get tablet devices from Oireachtas
The devices will allow TDs and Senators to carry out their work more efficiently and will cut the cost of printing texts of bills and other documentation, Leinster House authorities say.
US court blocks sales of Samsung Galaxy Tab in patent dispute
Latest development in the tech battle over alleged patent infringement.
Samsung reveals new flagship Galaxy smartphone
Samsung’s much-anticipated Galaxy S III – the biggest competitor to Apple’s iPhone – will go on sale in Europe on May 29.
The Daily Fix: Sunday
Back and forth on the treaty debate, pregnant girl turned away from Munster school and a round up of the rest of the day’s news…
EU to investigate Samsung as Germany blocks sale of its tablets
Samsung and Apple are engaged in a strategic war over patents in many countries across the world as they try to draw market share away from each other.
Apple scores first victory in patent disputes with ruling against HTC
The International Trade Commission has ruled that Taiwanese phone maker HTC has infringed on one Apple patent, a key win for the Californian tech giant.
Nokia unveils new smartphone in battle against iPhone and Android
The company is fighting to stop shedding market share to its rivals in the highly competitive smartphone market.
Apple secures Australian ban on sale of new Samsung Galaxy tablet
The injunction is just the latest episode of an ongoing patent battle between the two tech rivals.
Samsung seeks to block iPhone 4S sale in France and Italy
The company alleges patent infringement. It’s the latest in a string of battles between the tech giants over smartphones and tablets.
Apple v Samsung: German court upholds injunction banning sale of Galaxy tablets
The battle between Apple and Samsung continues with another ‘win’ for Apple in Germany today.
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
In today’s wrap-up: Journalists released from Tripoli hotel; Cloyne archbishop agrees: ‘O’Callaghan should have quit’; injunction bans Samsung Galaxy sales in Ireland, and can you be hurt by bullets fired into the air?
Apple wins injunction blocking Irish sale of Samsung Galaxy phones
A Dutch court issues a preliminary injunction blocking the sale of certain models of phones in some countries including Ireland.
Apple wins injunction blocking import of Samsung Galaxy tablets
Every country in the EU – except for the Netherlands – is subject to the injunction given by a court in Dusseldorf.
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
In today’s fix: Postcodes may be on the way, Ireland’s broadband is up to speed, fun in the sun, and the beach comes to Dublin Castle…
Solar panels may be used for smartphones and tablets
Apple and Samsung are planning to use solar panels for consumer electronics like smartphones and computer tablets.
Amazon to do battle with iPad with tablet of its own
It will reportedly run Google’s Android operating system.
Apple turns up the heat on HTC in the patent war
The iPad and iPod maker claims that smartphone and tablet maker HTC has copied aspects if its design.
Samsung v Apple: the battle continues
Samsung has voluntarily dropped one of its lawsuits against Apple but the tit-for-tat legal battle rages on.
Tablet wars roll on: Samsung v Apple
Samsung is counter-suing Apple for copyright infringement over mobile and tablet device design.
Apple sues Samsung over iPhone design 'plagiarism'
Apple claims the design of Samsung’s Galaxy phones and tablet infringe patents and trademarks of their own designs.
The 9 at 9: Tuesday
Nine things you need to know by 9am: a former AIB director receives €3m in pay, Sean Quinn breaks his silence, and a smackdown for a moonwalking Romanian politician…
Reports say that the iPad 2 is out next week
The latest reports contradict earlier rumours that the launch would be delayed until the summer.