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After a Japanese court rejected last week Apple’s patent infringement claims, the California-based company now seeks to ban the sales of new Galaxy smartphones in the U.S.
Apple asked a U.S. federal court on Saturday to add another four Samsung products, including the Galaxy S III, to the list of products infringing Apple’s patents that should be banned in the U.S.
Apple`s request comes after a U.S. court ruled against Samsung last month ordering the South Korean company to pay Apple $1.05 billion for copying the look and feel of the iPhone and iPad design.
Last week a Tokyo District Court ruled in a preliminary session that Samsung didn’t violate Apple’s patents for synchronizing music and video between computers and smartphones or tablets.
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