For insiders, you all should do some research about how this legal system works.
This is called an ex parte request, the counterparty doesn't hears about it untill it is "active", so now it is active.
This request happens when a certain party wants to get something done quickly.
What does this mean, it means that Samsung gets an import restriction (except Holland actually for some reasons) for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1v.
This is a quick regulation without research and Samsung gets a fine when they don't listen (= import it in the EU) 250.000.000
But, if Apple was wrong they have to pay the damage back to Samsung.
For all of them who say that Apple is "original" and "innovative" and "creative".
Apple was sued by Creative for the UI of the iPod and lost.http://www.geekzone.co.nz/juha/1152
Apple was sued by Nokia and lost.http://www.tipb.com/2011/06/14/nokia...ed-apple-pays/
Also, LG Prada won prizes with their design of smarthpone, later came Apple with the iPhone that looked a lot like it.
But after all, it's just a screen with a cover on it.
I think it's ridiculous to have a patent with a screen and a cover surrounding it, nothing is special about it.
In my opinion, a tablet looks like a small tv with another dimension-size, that's it.
(or the netbook without a keyboard).
I hope Samsung wins, so i can order my 2nd Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1v (for my brother) and use DLNA and Bluetooth and HDVideo playback + recording without any problems
And i just want to buy my tablet without being restricted, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1v is currently the best on the market, the iPad 2 comes after.
Just like the Samsung Galaxy S2 is owning the iPhone.