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Old 08-24-2012, 10:40 PM   #1
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LXer: Seoul court rules Samsung didn't violate Apple design


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Samsung Electronics Co's flagship Galaxy smartphone looks very similar to Apple's iPhone, but the South Korean firm has not violated the iPhone design, a Seoul court ruled on Friday. The South Korean ruling comes as the two technology titans are locked in a high-stakes global patent battle that mirrors a fierce rivalry for industry supremacy between two companies that control more than half the world's smartphone sales. The Seoul court ruling on Friday comes ahead of more crucial U.S. verdicts.

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