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Samsung Can Rest Easy
Apple’s appeal to revive its attempt to ban U.S. sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus smartphone has been denied. The appeal was related to a case that’s pending and goes to court in March 2014. However, Apple had asked the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington D.C. to take a second look at an earlier ruling that rejected its request for a sales ban. Apple’s allegation against the Galaxy Nexus relates to its search function, which the former claims violates a patent for collecting information from various databases. Apple wanted the full court, made of nine judges, to reverse the earlier findings made by a three-judge panel of the same court… (Read more)
EU Regulation Trouble
Apple will stop selling its Mac Pro desktop in Europe starting March 1 because of new regulatory requirements in the region. The company announced the decision in a letter to resellers, according to MacRumors. In a media statement released on Thursday, Apple said that the regulatory issue was related to the large fans within the computer, which are unprotected. The amendment necessitate fan guards and increased protection on the ports on the electrical system, it said. Apple added that it would take final orders for the Mac Pro from resellers until February 18. The company said that countries outside of the European Union would not be impacted. (Read more)
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