The jury foreman in the latest round of Samsung v Apple has come out and said that "Ultimately, the consumer is the loser in all this" after Apple won $120 million in damages on Friday.
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Apple has added a number of Samsung created devices in its second patent legal battle with the company, including the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note II smartphone.
A US district judge who had earlier this year blocked sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 due to Apple's claim of design infringement has now lifted the ban after a jury found Samsung innocent of wrong doing
Apple has announced that, in the wake of its patent court win against Samsung last week, it will try to ask for the ban of eight Samsung smartphones, including several version of the Galaxy S II.
Samsung may have lost out to Apple pretty much across the board in the courts earlier this week; but the $1 billion dollars they will have to pay may have had a more positive affect than they realize.
Samsung could delay the launch of a number of future smartphones and tablets in order to make some design changes after losing its US court battle against Apple.
In celebration of Apple's huge victory over Samsung, Apple CEO Tim Cook has released a statement to employees regarding Samsung's 'flagrant copying' of Apple, and proclaiming that 'values have won.'
During Apple's closing statements in its court battle against Samsung on Tuesday, its legal team used a Nokia Lumia phone to show that not all phones need to look like an iPhone.
As expected, the telephone chat on Monday held between the leaders of Apple and Samsung failed to change anything in regards to their current legal battle in a US court.
A new report claims that Samsung CEO Kwon Oh Hyun will chat on the phone later today with Apple CEO Tim Cook in the hopes that the two companies can resolve their current legal fight.
Apple and Samsung tried and failed Saturday to reach a settlement in their ongoing legal fight in the US over design elements in their products, leaving that decision to members of the jury.
Judge Lucy Koh lost it today in the latest round of the Apple-Samsung trial, as she yelled at Apple's lawyer and said he was "smoking crack" when he tried to bring in too many witnesses in the trial.
For all their rhetoric against Android, Apple was open to licensing its iOS patents to Samsung as far back as 2010, according to new evidence from the patent trial between the two tech giants.