LG Display has filed an injunction to try and ban the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 in Korea, Dow Jones reports, via SlashGear. Not only that, it's asking for a cool $1m in damages for every day the tablet stays on sale. Every single day. It wouldn't surprise me much if this feud spilled over into other countries. LG is accusing Samsung of infringing its screen patents to increase viewing angles. "Through this action, LG Display seeks to completely stop the sale, manufacture, and importation of [the] infringing Samsung product," LG said in a statement.
Samsung Display's vice president Shim Jaeboo strongfit designers series case for apple iphone 7 plus and 8 plus - pink mandala responded by calling the claims "unjustified" in a statement, He said Samsung wouldn't take this lying down (or that it would respond to the suit, to use more official-sounding language), But you could accuse Samsung of throwing the first stone, It filed a suit earlier this month in which it accused LG Display of infringing seven of its LCD patents, Seriously, hasn't it learned anything from its previous dealings in court?, These patent cases may be ten a penny, but it's quite rare for a device to actually be banned, Apple won a conclusive victory against Samsung in court last summer for patent infringement, but still didn't succeed in having any of its devices yanked from the shelves, And when a phone or tablet is taken off sale, the decision is usually overturned pretty quickly, In recent tech cases, anyway..
But still, it's a whole new battle in a war that shows no sign of ending. What do you think of these patent cases? Is there another way companies can sort out their disagreements? Let me know in the comments, or on Facebook. LG has gone on the offensive, accusing Samsung of infringing one of its patents with the Galaxy Note 10.1. It's not only Apple and Samsung duking it out in the courts over patent disputes. Now LG and Samsung look set for a showdown. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
The Raku-Raku phone is designed for those getting on in years, with larger fonts and a simplified interface, It's so far only been available in Japan, but will soon make it to the US and Europe, Asahi Shimbun reports, via The Verge, Those lucky pensioners will get a more up-to-date version of Android than some of us, too, The Raku-Raku runs a modified version of Ice Cream Sandwich (while I'm still stuck strongfit designers series case for apple iphone 7 plus and 8 plus - pink mandala on Gingerbread), with larger fonts that are easier to read, The home screen has been simplified, with just the phone dialler, phone book, email, and weather forecast..
Noise cancellation is on-board, to help make voice calls clearer, and there's a rather nifty-sounding voice-slowing feature that should make it easier to understand what the caller is saying. Fujitsu hasn't said these features will definitely be come as standard on the version we'll be getting, but let's hope so. It said it will make "certain modifications" to the device for each country before release. Fujitsu may not be known for its phones in the UK, but it actually shipped more mobiles in Japan than any other company last year, so it's kind of a big deal. It's now looking to expand overseas.
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