Samsung may have lost its war with Apple in California, but it’s winning small battles elsewhere. Following the company’s recent victory in its home nation of South Korea, a Tokyo court has ruled in its favor in Japan. The Nikkei reports that Apple’s case dealt with a patent covering the syncing of media files between devices, and eight Galaxy-series devices sold by NTT Docomo and KDDI were alleged to have infringed. Apple was seeking ¥100 million (about $1.275 million) in damages and an injunction against sales, but the judge ultimately found in Samsung’s favor after the company argued it was using different technology. It’s a minor step in the two companies’ global dispute, but it underlines the fact that neither side is likely to lay..
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Apple loses Samsung patent case in Japan