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Apple: Samsung got 'caught' mimicking iPad Samsung has been accused by Apple of intentionally designing the Galaxy Tab 10.1 with the Apple iPad in mind.Presenting arguments to the New South Wales Federal Court today, Apple's lawyers alleged that Samsung has designed its Galaxy Tab 10.1 to look, feel and operate like the iPad and iPad 2 and, in this instance, has been caught in the act. Samsung will "have a go at launching a product and if they get caught out [infringing patents], they'll design around it," Apple's legal counsel said.Apple originally took Samsung to court in Australia in August, claiming that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 infringed on patents used for the creation of the iPad. Samsung, for its part, claims that Apple was basing its case on the U.S. version of the device and offered up three Australian models for study, agreeing to push back the release of the device to market. Apple claims that the devices it received were hurriedly stripped of contested features in an attempt to dodge the litigation and enable the release of the product.Read more of "Samsung accused of designing iPad clone" at ZDNet Australia.Apple says bye-bye to Lala Apple will shut down Lala six months after acquiring the struggling streaming-music service. A note that replaces Lala's home page says the service will no longer accept new customers and informs members that the site will be functional only through May 31. Lala is a streaming-music site that sells songs for 10 cents apiece and enables people to store their music libraries on the company's servers. Lala has gone through multiple iterations; it was once a CD-swapping service before reinventing itself as a streaming site. Apple's decision to close Lala isn't much of a surprise as Lala never found much of a foothold as a standalone music service. The real prize for Apple was the company's streaming technology. Shortly after the Apple's December acquisition of Lala, sources told CNET that Lala's engineers and leaders would help spearhead a cloud-basedstreaming service. Apparently, Apple is considering a plan to offer iTunes users the ability to store digital copies of their music and videos on the company's servers and then be given the ability to access their media via any Web-enabled device. Thus, we may have yet to see Lala's most lasting legacy.itunes.com