What the Apple-Samsung verdict means for your smartphone • "NEW YORK (CNNMoney) – The historic patent battle between Apple and Samsung has come to an end, with the verdict largely favoring Apple – and it's likely to ripple across the entire smartphone industry. Apple and Samsung accused each other of infringing on software patents; Apple's allegations also included a few design patents." • by Julianne Pepitone and David Goldman
Early-May trial verdict found Samsung infringed three Apple mobile patents. Apple wants gadgets using the features banned.
Apple wants Samsung to pay another $180 million for copying its design Apple is demanding Samsung pay an additional $180 million in the companies' long-running patent dispute. The request comes less than two weeks afterSamsung finally agreed to pay Apple $548 million in accordance with the original verdict. But now Apple says it's owed additional money for interest and supplemental damages related to five phone models sold after 2012 when Samsung was first found guilty of infringing Apple's…
iPhone Found To Infringe Three MobileMedia Patents - Apple's iPhone has been found to infringe three patents originally owned by MobileMedia, a US court has now ruled. MobileMedia is collectively owned by Nokia and Sony. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]