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Samsung Says It’s Willing To Modify Phones To Avoid Apple Ban

  Samsung confirmed on Tuesday that it will modify its smartphones if it fails to successfully fight Apple’s request to have devices banned in the US. Apple’s request to ban 8 smartphones in the US will not see a December 8th hearing to discuss the injunctions Apple wants to impose on Samsung’s products. Until the December 6th hearing, neither side can discuss any new injunctions until the hearing at the end of the … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy Nexus Sales Will Continue, At Least For Now

Galaxy Nexus owners of the future can breathe a sigh of relief as the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on Monday continued the temporary stay on the injunction Apple won against sales of the Galaxy Nexus this past June. The continuation grant extends the stay granted by the court in early July, likely until August 20th, the date of the expedited appeal hearing. This is good news for Samsung, … [read full article]

(Updated) US Judge Denies Samsung’s Appeal To Continue Selling Galaxy Nexus Pending Appeal

Updated: According to AllThingsD, Samsung and Google are working to “imminently” push out a software fix that works around the “Universal Search” patent that is the main violation behind the injunction.  Not quite the way we wanted to kick off the Fourth of July as U.S District Judge Lucy Koh denied Samsung’s request to stay the injunction on the Galaxy … [read full article]

Apple Wins Preliminary Injunction Against Galaxy Tab 10.1 Tablet

Apple has won a court order blocking US sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1″ tablet as Reuters reports Judge Koh has granted the Cupertino-based company’s request to block sales. Details are a little vague at the moment, but we know it’s a preliminary injunction — meaning that if Samsung eventually wins the case, the injunction will lift and sales will immediately resume. According to All Things D, who received a copy of the … [read full article]

Sprint Files Suit To Block AT&T/T-Mobile Transaction

In a move that continues to indicate Sprint’s desire to see the end of the AT&T/T-Mobile takeover transaction they have filed suit against AT&T, Deutsche Telekom and T-Mobile USA to block the acquisition. Claiming the deal violates Section 7 of the Clayton Act the lawsuit was filed in the District of Columbia as a related case to the Department of Justice’s own lawsuit against the proposed deal. “Sprint opposes AT&T’s proposed … [read full article]

(Updated With Deutsche Telekom Statement) AT&T Might Not Be Required To Pay T-Mobile Break-Up Fee After All?

Update: Deutsche Telekom has stated it would consider “carving out some assets” from T-Mobile USA in order to continue the regulatory approval process for a deal with AT&T. Speaking to BusinessWeek Deutsche Telekom spokesman Philipp Kornstaedt says that DT is examining different scenarios and how they would play out in real life. With the report of T-Mobile needing to maintain a certain level of value in order to earn DT a break-up … [read full article]