A retrial between Apple and Samsung over damages, that the judge earlier styled as “Groundhog Day,” has concluded with another win for Apple.
In a high-profile patent trial, Samsung suggested that remarks by Apple about the decline of the American TV industry were a subtle dig against Asian companies.
U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh knocked $450.5 million off of the patent infringement verdict Apple was awarded by a jury last summer.
A Thursday courtroom hearing went on for three and a half hours, bogging down with continual disagreements from both sides. Here’s a brief roundup of what happened in the first day of Apple and Samsung’s long appeals process
Samsung has already experienced the worst case scenario in going head-to-head with Apple and has been tagged with a billion-dollar verdict. The company has so little to lose now that it’s not at all surprising Samsung says it has no plans to settle like HTC.
A jury awarded $1.05 billion to Apple after the “tech trial of the century.” The award raises questions about the patent system and innovation — but also about why a jury was allowed to decide it in the first place.
Here’s our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web that you shouldn’t miss. Today’s installment: Samsung and Apple’s relationship post-verdict, what went on in the jury room, the ‘Apple tax,’ legal inconsistencies in Friday’s outcome, and the future of mobile innovation.
Apple is now asking for Judge Lucy Koh to prevent Samsung from continuing to sell seven Galaxy model phones and the Droid Charge after each were found to infringe at least one of Apple’s patents by a jury on Friday.
The impact of Apple’s landmark victory over Samsung in their patent trial on Friday has resulted in Apple shares hitting their highest mark yet. Here’s how some of the largest investors in Apple and Google are looking at the verdict on Monday morning.
Observers like Robert Scoble and Jeremiah Owyang said Samsung may not be a loser in its patent fight with Apple despite a $1 billion verdict to the contrary, Samsung may have come out ahead even with the court loss.
A jury ordered Samsung to pay $1.05 billion for infringing Apple’s patents. But this is just the beginning — Apple will try to bump the figure up while Samsung tries to knock it down. Here’s an easy-to-read guide to what happens next.
It was Steve Jobs that vowed to go “thermonuclear” on Android for infringing on Apple’s patents. He stepped down from the company he founded a year ago today, so Apple’s huge win in court over Samsung on that anniversary is infused with even more meaning for Apple.
Samsung has suffered a massive defeat at the hands of Apple in the first major patent trial of the smartphone wars. The ruling appears to be a clear win for Apple which could help entrench the iPhone maker’s power in the marketplace.