Judge Denies Apple’s Bid To Ban Samsung Smartphones and Tablets In The US

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Okay, I’m going to try and do my best to refrain from “playground talk” but… IN YOUR FACE, APPLE. Today, United States judge Lucy Koh has rejected Apple’s bid to block Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets in the US. Apparently, it wasn’t clear that a ban on Galaxy devices would prevent Apple from being “irreparably harmed.”

No comment from Apple or Samsung just yet but I think we can all agree that this day, justice has been served. To the left, Apple.

Thanks, Dy4me!

[Via Reuters]

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