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In what must seem like a case of sour grapes, Apple has won a landmark lawsuit to ban sales of the Samsung Galaxy tab in Germany. Following a series of lawsuits which stated that the Galaxy had copied the iPad and iPhone, Apple is now forcing Samsung to remove its product from retail stores and tradeshows.
James Chung, spokesperson for Samsung said, “Samsung respects the court’s decision but Apple now severely limits consumer choice in Germany.”
Samsung had egg on its face when it had to withdraw the recently revealed Galaxy Tab 7.7 from the IFA electronics show in Berlin subsequent to the court-ordered product ban. Samsung shares dropped 4.9 percent following the news of the product ban.
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