Apple takes aim at Samsung’s Galaxy S III phone

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After winning a landmark $1-billion patent infringement case, Apple Inc. is once again targetting Samsung Electronics Co. by taking aim at its rival’s bestselling Galaxy S III phone. Apple on Friday amended a complaint, filed originally in Feburary, to include four more products to a list of Samsung gadgets that the Cupertino, Calif., tech giant says infringes on its patents. The list now includes the Galaxy Note smartphone as well as the Galaxy S III. In the complaint, Apple accuses Samsung of filling “the market with copycat products.” The allegations echo similar accusations made in a closely watched court case that ended last month when a San Jose jury awarded Apple $1.05 billion after…

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