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The intellectual property scuffle between Samsung and Apple continues to be ugly, reports The Register.Samsung is seeking an injunction to stop the sale of the iPhone 4S and the iPad 2 in Australia and Japan.
It cites 4 examples of intellectual infringement — one on high-speed packet access, a mobile standard, and three on user interface and design — the “in-flight mode” indicator, the ability to customise the home screen, and the ability to browse categorized applications in an app store.
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