Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 10th Sep 2011 10:59 UTC
Legal Well, that's interesting. What some already speculated has now been confirmed by Reuters: Apple's 'victory' in Germany turns out to be remarkably hollow. While Samsung Germany may no longer sell or advertise the Galaxy Tab 10.1, this ban does not cover anybody else. So, retailers will still be able to sell the device - including purchasing new stock from other Samsung branches.
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RE[3]: Whack a' Mole
by protomank on Sat 10th Sep 2011 18:36 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Whack a' Mole"
protomank
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2006-08-03

iPad shiny, iPad good. Samsung getting sued, Samsung bad. That's the extent of most average consumers' intelligence these days, at least here in the states.


I am glad to tell you that, at least here in brazil, most people think: "Apple create great products, but they are bad and expensive, Samsung is goog".

The current best-seller smartphone here is Samsung's Galaxy 5, that is being sold (without a plan) for around 400 R$ (something like US$ 235), that is a really good price for what it delivers.
iPhone owners here are most tech-savy people and other that just want to show theselves, like to get girls or impress their colleagues.

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