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Tokyo Court Decides in Favor of Samsung

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Tokyo Court Decides in Favor of Samsung

Tokyo court ruled that Samsung has not infringed on patents held by Apple.

Tokyo District Judge Tamotsu Shoji dismissed the case filed by Apple in August, finding that Samsung was not in violation of Apple patents related to synchronizing music and video data between devices and servers.

Samsung lost to Apple in a US court and was ordered to pay more than USD 1bn in damages. The company has vowed to appeal against the US ruling.

Apple is continuing to seek a ban on eight Samsung sales in the US market.


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