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Apple sues Motorola in Europe over Xoom

Apple has filed a complaint against Motorola over its Xoom tablet in Europe. Citing a passage from Apple’s complaint against Samsung that led to a preliminary injunction, FOSS Patents reports that Apple has filed a similar complaint against Motorola over the design of its Xoom tablet, but that the passage in question doesn’t specify whether Apple is also seeking a preliminary injunction against Motorola. Apple and Motorola’s legal battle dates back to October 2010 when Motorola sued Apple for patent infringement, leading to a countersuit from Apple.

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