Japanese court said Samsung does not violate Apple patents

Japanese court said Samsung does not violate Apple patents
Samsung can temporarily forget the pain of losing Apple in the U.S., when a district court in Tokyo, Japan for iPhone does not violate Apple's patents here. According to the Nikkei, Apple accused Samsung of violating patents on sync multimedia files between devices. There are 8 products in the Galaxy line is distributed through the network Docomo and KDDI are listed on the list of violations. In a Japanese court, Apple required compensation Samsung 100 million Japanese yen (approximately U.S. $ 1.275 million), together with the ban on sales of products violations. However, the Korean electronics firms have to convince the judge that Samsung uses a different technology. Previously, both Apple and Samsung are Korean court said patent in violation of the same.   Samsung has officially responded to the victory in Japan as follows: We welcome the decision of the court. It confirmed Samsung's prestige, that we do not violate Apple's intellectual property. Samsung will continue to provide consumers with innovative products, while continuing to contribute to the development of the mobile industry in general. Source: The Verge ...
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