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Apple renews motion seeking Samsung product ban

Apple renewed a motion on Thursday seeking a U.S. sales ban on certain Samsung products, according to a report. A court ruled in November that Apple could seek sales bans once more after determining that Judge Lucy Koh “made errors” in denying the company a request to ban products, and Apple is now pursuing that option. Apple is looking to stop the sales of Samsung products which are believed to infringe on three patents — the pinch-to-zoom patent, rubber-banding patent, and a tap-to-zoom patent. It’s possible that another injunction hearing could be held as soon as Jan. 30, 2014. [via FOSS Patents]

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