SYDNEY (Reuters) – An Australian court is now expected to rule next week on Apple’s plea to temporarily ban sales of Samsung Electronics Co latest computer tablet on grounds that it infringed on its iPad patents.
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An Australian court is now expected to rule next week on Apple's plea to temporarily ban sales of Samsung Electronics Co latest computer tablet on grounds that it infringed on its iPad patents. A court slapped a temporary ban on the sale of Samsung Electronics' latest computer tablet in Australia on Thursday, handing rival Apple another legal victory in the two firms' global patent war. Apple has rejected Samsung Electronics offer to settle their computer in . Apple says Samsung's Galaxy line of mobile phones and s "slavishly" copied its iPhone and iPad and has launched an international Samsung gives Apple proposal to Catterns’s proposal is a bid to end the last over patent technology in that’s seen Samsung hold off selling its Galaxy 10.1 in the country. Tags: samsung, gives, apple, proposal, Apple has stood firm and rejected a settlement offer for its ongoing -computer with Samsung in . The South Korean electronics firm is reported to have approached Apple last Apple spent four months last year in a bid to keep the Galaxy 10.1 out of , with the country’s highest court rejecting its request to ban the sales of the in December. Patent s, such as the litigation, could be resolved effectively and more efficiently through international arbitration.