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In its continued fight with Apple, Qualcomm is now asking the U.S. government to stop sales of new iPhones and iPads in the U.S.
Samsung's Windows RT tablet, the Ativ Tab, will not be sold in the U.S. Mike Abary, head of Samsung's PC and tablet business in the U.S., told CNET at CES that his company shelved the release because its retail partners do not see enough demand. (Abary did not specify if the Ativ Tab will be launched in non-U.S. markets).
The Ativ Tab is powered by Qualcomm chips, and the announcement comes, rather unfortunately, just days after Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, with an Ativ Tab on hand, joined Qualcomm Chief Executive Paul Jacobs