Apple Suing Samsung In Japan Over iPhone Patent Violations

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The two titans don’t seem to get a rest as their ongoing legal battle has reached new territories. Apple has filed several lawsuits against the Korean manufacturer in different regions for alleged infringement of its iPhone patents.

The latest Cupertino filing brings Samsung to court in Japan as Apple asks the Tokyo District Court to suspend Samsung Galaxy phone sales in Japan. The iPhone-maker claims that Samsung is infringing patents related to the Apple-phone and is also asking the court for 100 million yen (around $1.3 million) in damages. The Tokyo District Court can’t comment on the filing and Samsung representatives couldn’t be reached for their stance on the issue.

Source: Reuters

Via: MacRumors

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