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Judge Denies Apple's Attempt to Block Samsung Galaxy S III

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Jun 13, 2012, 8:00 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh earlier this week squashed Apple's move to prevent Samsung from launching the Galaxy S III in the U.S. on time. Apple had requested an emergency court order to block the S III based on patent complaints. The judge said Apple's request would put too much pressure on her court's calendar. Koh is overseeing the Apple-versus-Samsung trial that is set to get under way next month.

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cheechnotchong

Jun 17, 2012, 10:19 PM

To be frank,

Apple is just a pretty lable that can do some neat tricks. Nothing more. It has no competition being that it cannot enter one and sadly, noone really ( general mass) catches onto it. They are just taken off-guard by the shiny emblem. Glad they got shoved off and I hope it continues
Slammer

Jun 13, 2012, 8:15 AM

Translation of:

---" The judge said Apple's request would put too much pressure on her court's calendar."---

How many more times do we need to see you in court before you realize you're wasting court's time with these lawsuits? Let's get through the rest of these first.

John B.
I took it to translate to "I dont have time for this &*%$" lol
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jodyjo11

Jun 13, 2012, 7:08 PM

The Iphone %

Shocked Maybe its because the iphone 5 is said to be launched Anywhere between Now and July So maybe Apple just Wants This to be their big outbreak . its only fair the iphone 4s came out last year & the samsung galaxy s II came out 6months ago so its definaley business so in that world this would be a good idea . its only fair Cool
More along the lines of being released in the fall considering that's when iOS6 is being released.
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acculabs

Jun 13, 2012, 10:33 AM

If Apple is afraid of this phone........

That is all I need to know. Pre-ordered on Wednesday.

I hate Apple.
^5!

Apple = skynet!!!

lol
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JBlaze74

Jun 13, 2012, 10:31 AM

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Finally!!!! A judge in this country that actually uses some discretion and common sense. The move by Apple was ridiculous to begin with and to file a motion with the judge hearing the case in a month was probably jurisidctionally correct, but a bad move. While the judge chose to use more diplomatic terms in her decision, I have a feeling the basic message was that she was not going to obstruct free market by deciding on a motion that should be presented as part of a case she hasn't heard yet.
The whole thing is just ludicrous. I think the judge, and everyone else being held up by this ridiculousness has something better they can be doing then worrying about these overly wealthy pompous executives and their string of attorneys!
 
 
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