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Samsung Found Guilty In Patent Case, Ordered To Pay $119.6 Million To Apple

Of the many patents Apple sought monetary compensation for over the length of this trial, the federal court in San Jose last Friday decided that Samsung has violated two.
Samsung Found Guilty In Patent Case, Ordered To Pay $119.6 Million To Apple
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Via BestTechie:

A federal court jury in California has concluded that Samsung has violated multiple smartphone patents held by Apple. This weekend’s news arrives after several months of ongoing patent wars between Apple and Samsung, in which both smartphone manufacturers have fought for the right to use certain technologies.

Of the many patents Apple sought monetary compensation for over the length of this trial, the federal court in San Jose last Friday decided that Samsung has violated two. One of these violations was the “slide to unlock” feature Samsung included in some of...

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