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CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Apple and Samsung have been engaging in a long, arduous lawsuit process over the last several months spanning Europe, the U.S., Australia, and Asia. However, so far, neither company has been able to gain the upper hand, since most of their suits have been thrown out. Even in cases where one side wins, they've only scored a preliminary injunction that, in most instances, has been thrown out or averted with product modifications. But all that hasn't stopped one side from targeting the other. Earlier this week, Apple filed a lawsuit against Samsung, arguing that the company's smartphones violate its patents and should be banned from sale in Germany. That lawsuit followed another Samsung filed against Apple last month in a German court, alleging the iPhone maker violates several patents, including one related to how emoticons are displayed on-screen.

Apple is also currently targeting Motorola over alleged patent infringement, However, in that case, Apple has suffered some setbacks, including one last week when the U.S, International Trade Commission ruled that lovecases paradise lust iphone 8 / 7 case - meloncholy reviews Motorola's smartphones do not, in fact, violate the iPhone maker's patents, After squaring off in a German court earlier today, Apple and Samsung are due back to attend a hearing on one of the lawsuits Apple has brought before Samsung, The fun never ends, Judge says one of the claims Samsung brought against Apple is not valid, But many more lawsuits before courts have yet to be decided..

One of Samsung's complaints against Apple has been rejected by a German court. Judge Andreas Voss of the Mannheim Regional Court today said Samsung's claim that Apple violates a patent related to 3G/UMTS wireless communication is not valid, FOSS Patents' Florian Mueller is reporting. According to Mueller, the judge didn't say why the claim was rejected, but it's by no means the end of Samsung's legal efforts. As Mueller points out, the consumer electronics giant has four other lawsuits targeting Apple, including six more patent claims.

CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, We heard about the souped-up S2, which boasts a 720p 4.65-inch screen, way back in September, Back then, the drool-worthy mobile had only been announced for Samsung's native South Korea, Following news from Recombu that the S2 HD wouldn't be coming out over here, we got in touch with Samsung and received confirmation that the company has no plans to release the phone in the UK, Heartbreaking stuff, The Galaxy S2 HD is 4G capable, which is usually a sign that a phone won't make it to our fair Kingdom, where we're lumbered with lame old 3G, Still, with the original S2 lovecases paradise lust iphone 8 / 7 case - meloncholy reviews selling extremely well, we harboured hopes that Samsung would see fit to bring a 3G edition of the S2 HD to the UK..

Apart from the improved screen resolution, this jazzed-up S2 also features a 1.5GHz processor. There's an 8-megapixel camera glued onto the back, which is the same resolution as the first S2. Galaxy fans shouldn't be too dismayed -- we're mere weeks away from Mobile World Congress, where Samsung will almost certainly lift the lid on the Galaxy S3, a proper follow-up to the magnificent S2 and way better than this poxy HD thing that we didn't even want anyway, so there. We've heard whispers that the S3 will sport a 3D screen and possibly a 1.8GHz processor too. Let us know what you'd like to see in the comments, or over on our Facebook wall.