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Apple scores temporary ruling in Motorola battle, can keep selling iPads, iPhones in Germany

Brian Heater
02.27.12
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Apple today won a victory in Germany in its on-going legal dispute with Motorola Mobility. An appeals court in that country ruled that Cupertino can continue to offer its wares in its online store while it appeals a ruling that temporarily barred their sale. According to the court, the continuation of such a ban on iPads and iPhones would affect Motorola's abilities to maintain its "duties under antitrust rules." The temporary ruling is the latest in an on-going legal tug of war between the two handset makers in that country.

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