Claiming Samsung copied the iPad’s design, Apple has successfully achieved their mission in getting an Australian judge to block Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 from being sold in Australia, reports Sydney Morning Herald. Apple says that Samsung is infringing on two patents, and the judge ruled until changes are made the Galaxy Tab 10.1 can’t be sold from this point on.

Apple and Samsung have current litigation continuing over in Europe and the United States. Apple has already successfully blocked the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany and hopes to do so elsewhere.

Samsung won’t start addressing the core patent issue (screen patent) with the Galaxy Tab 10.1 quite yet. They want to prepare a proper defense against Apple.  The fight continues.

via Reuters, WSJ

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3 Responses to “Judge blocks Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales in Australia”

  1. ios4ever says:

    Why can't Samsung stop copying Apple and start innovating?

  2. ios4ever says:

    Why can't Samsung stop copying and start innovating? Do things differently for god's sake!

  3. JapanGonga says:

    Samsung has set up a temproary store across from Sydney apple trying to sell the Galaxy sII for 2$….I dont remember the last time apple did this…oh wait they don't do stupid things like this