(From Guardian Unlimited)
More than 300,000 PlayStation 3 consoles that were being stockpiled in the Netherlands can now be distributed across Europe after a Dutch court ruled in favour of Sony.
In February, the Korean electronics firm LG won an injunction against Sony which led to shippments of PS3 consoles being seized by Dutch customs officials.
The action stemmed from a legal case instigated by LG, which alleges that Sony has infringed patents in the manufactuer of the PS3 console's Blu-ray drive. Sony is also taking action against LG for allegedly infringing its own patents in the production of smartphones.
It seems that LG must now pay …