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Last month, a California court awarded Apple USD $1.05 billion after it found Samsung willfully infringed Apple’s patents.  The story definitely hasn’t ended there as the Cupertino-based iPhone maker has submitted a new list of devices that it thinks should be banned for patent infringements.

Last month, a California court awarded Apple USD $1.05 billion after it found Samsung willfully infringed Apple’s patents.  The story definitely hasn’t ended there as the Cupertino-based iPhone maker has submitted a new list of devices that it thinks should be banned for patent infringements.

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The Galaxy Note and Galaxy S3 are two of the flagships on a new list of 21 gadgets that has been submitted to a court in California.  Samsung’s Galaxy S3 has been selling quite well, with more than 10 million already sold worldwide since the launch in May.  The Galaxy Note is also another hot device, but much of the attention has been diverted to the highly anticipated Galaxy Note 2—unveiled at the IFA, Berlin.

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Apple already has an edge over Samsung in light of its recent court victory, and the addition of two of Samsung’s hottest selling devices to the possible ban list in the U.S. only makes it harder for the South Korean tech firm to compete with Apple.

In a recent legal document, Apple continues accuse Samsung of copying Apple’s user interface, technology, and innovative style.

Samsung’s response to the accusations is also nothing new, whereby, the firm points out consumer interests are being neglected because Apple is overly aggressive with its patents.

“Apple continues to resort to litigation over market competition in an effort to limit consumer choice,” Samsung said in a statement. “We will continue to take the necessary legal measures to ensure the availability of our innovative products in the United States.”