Codebreaker

Court finds for David in Goliath v. David

John Moe Nov 3, 2011

Yesterday a Spanish court threw out Apple’s 2010 lawsuit against tablet maker, Nuevas Tecnologias y Energias Catala (NT-K). The relatively tiny device maker wasn’t allowed to sell its tablets in Spain, because Apple, in a bout of suing hysteria, said the tablets looked too similar to the just-released iPad. NT-K is now taking Apple to court for lost sales.

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