Apple seeks sales ban on more Samsung products and another $707m in damages

Charlee Gothard
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Apple rubs salt in Samsung's wounds

Apple has followed up its recent patent victory over Samsung, which saw it awarded $1.05bn (£650m) in damages by a Californian court, by filing a sweeping injunction late on 21 September against th...

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