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CNET has contacted both Apple and Samsung for comment on patent. We will update this story when we have more information. The office's action, which is non-final, rules that all 20 claims in Apple's rubber-banding patent are invalid. Now let's see what, if anything, Judge Koh has to say. Apple might have some trouble on its hands. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) yesterday ruled that all twenty claims included in Apple's so-called "rubber-banding" patent are invalid, according to Foss Patents' Florian Mueller, who first discovered the rejection. Following that ruling, Samsung quickly filed a motion with Judge Lucy Koh, informing her of the USPTO's decision.

The expansion of iBookstore comes on the same day that Apple is impact-resistant flexible case for iphone x expected to unveil the iPad Mini, The company also is reportedly aiming to push the education angle with its new tablet, Bloomberg said recently, Unveiled in January, Apple's iBooks2 introduced a "new textbook experience," designed to offer interactive high-school textbooks at a cost of $14.99 or less, At the time, Apple launched its iBooks Author app, which lets people self-publish e-books, iTunes U also was updated to let instructors put entire courses online and even post syllabi and messages for students..

CNET's live coverage of Apple's event today. New Zealand and a host of Latin American countries are set to get their own branches of the electronic bookstore sometime today. Apple's iBookstore is going live in 18 new countries, according to AppleInsider and other tech blog sites. Citing information from an Australia-based iBooks label, AppleInsider said that the countries in line for iBookstore are Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, and Venezuela. Those 18 would bring the total number of iBookstore-supported countries to 50.

Both companies are expected to pack in more than 400 pixels per impact-resistant flexible case for iphone x inch for future displays, That would be higher than the 326 pixels per inch in the iPhone 5's Retina Display, A full HD display is supposed to have 440 pixels per inch, The report noted that LG had earlier shown off a 5-inch display with 440 ppi capabilities, and said that Samsung plans to order the 1080p resolution screens from its own display business, Samsung's highest resolution display is found in the Galaxy Nexus, which is at 316 ppi..

HTC recently unveiled the J Butterfly, which has a full 1080p display at 440 ppi. CNET contacted both Samsung and LG for comment, and we'll update the story when they respond. A Korean publication says both companies will launch phones with a higher pixel density than the iPhone 5's Retina Display. Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics are looking to step up their game when it comes to display quality for their smartphones. Both Korean conglomerates are planning to added full 1080p high-resolution capabilities to their smartphone screens in the first half of next year, according to Korean news Web site MK News.