News from the Australian front in the Apple/Samsung war has arrived, and it's bad for Samsung -- its Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been banned from sale in Oz, thanks to a judge putting an interim injunction in place. [BBC]
Lucky Australians can grab themselves a Galaxy S2 for £1.30; Samsung's selling 10 phones each day at that absolute bargin-of-a-price out of a pop-up store in Sydney just down the road from the Apple Store -- will there be fanboy wars come Friday? [Samsung via Giz AU]
Well, here we are then. After a series of slightly wide-of-the-mark leaks, we now have undeniable visual proof of the existence of the next official Google Android phone -- which would appear to now be known as the Galaxy Nexus.
It's looking like the Nexus Prime we've been talking about is actually the Galaxy Nexus. This first Android 4.0 phone will be revealed next Tuesday and if these leaked specs are right, it's going to be one hell of a device.
Tim Cook's probably still riding high off last night's coke-and-hooker iPhone 4S afterparty, and Samsung's already trying to ruin the fun. Reuters reports the bitter patent ex-girlfriend is seeking a total iPhone 4S sales ban in Italy and France.
Samsung's Australian Galaxy Tab 10.1 may end up being gimped in order to appease Apple and remove the sales ban. Is a feature-disabled Tab 10.1 better than no Tab 10.1? Probably best to just import it from somewhere else if you're after it. [BBC]