Galaxy Nexus (GSM) | Samsung
In the other Apple vs. Samsung case, Samsung has argued that sales of the Galaxy Nexus were too small to cause harm to Apple and therefore the device should not be banned.
According to new court filings, Apple sent letters to retailers ordering them to cease sales of Samsung products currently under a sales ban.
As promised, today Google is releasing Android 4.1 into the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) for everybody to download, examine, and likely attempt to port a a whole host of devices
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit just issued suspended the ban on Galaxy Nexus sales at Samsung's request, pending a formal response from Apple.
ABC News is reporting that Google did indeed pull the Galaxy Nexus from its Play Store in response to a court-granted injunction in connection with Apple's patent infringement lawsuit.
- Apple to add Galaxy S4 to second Samsung patent infringement lawsuit May 14, 2013, 8:42am EDT
- Apple loses bid to revive Galaxy Nexus sales ban Jan 31, 2013, 1:46pm EST
- Appeals court reverses injunction on Samsung Galaxy Nexus in the US (update) Oct 11, 2012, 11:27am EDT
- Apple turns up the pressure on Samsung, adds more devices to second patent suit Aug 31, 2012, 9:55pm EDT
Google and Samsung are ready to roll out a patch to Galaxy Nexus owners in the US that they hope will keep the phone in the market despite Apple's legal efforts.
A ROM containing a preview Jelly Bean build for the Galaxy Nexus has been leaked. The Jelly Bean Play Store and wallpapers are also available for less adventurous users to try out.
Google just announced that all 6,000 attendees of I/O will be walking away with an Android Developer Pack — a Galaxy Nexus phone, Nexus 7 tablet, the latest OTA update of Jelly Bean, and the Nexus Q.
Apple has submitted a request to have sales of the Galaxy S III blocked in the US before its launch date later this month. Apple seeks to have both the Samsung Galaxy S III and Galaxy Nexus decided in the same preliminary injunction motion, which is set to be decided tomorrow.