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Samsung v. Apple patent infringement trial to resume next month

5 monthes ago   |   By Phone Arena

The patent infringement case that never ends will continue on May 14th when Samsung v. Apple continues in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. Samsung originally was hit with a $1 billion+ judgment in 2012, and over the years that amount has been reduced to $548 million. Samsung continued to battle in court, taking it all the way to the Supreme Court back in 2015. The Korean tech giant argued that patent infringement damages shouldn't be based on the total sales of a complete device, but only on the portion of those sales that can be attributed to the infringed...
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Apple execs Greg Joswiak, Richard Howarth & others to testify in Samsung patent damages retrial

Apple execs Greg Joswiak, Richard Howarth & others to testify in Samsung patent damages retrial

5 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Mac

Apple and Samsung are set to face off in another damages retrial next month as part of their ongoing legal battle. Today, CNET reports that the two companies have each filed their respective witness lists, revealing what executives will be available to testify in the retrial...
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Susan Kare, Greg Joswiak to Testify in Upcoming Apple v. Samsung Damages Retrial

Susan Kare, Greg Joswiak to Testify in Upcoming Apple v. Samsung Damages Retrial

5 monthes ago   |   By Mac Rumors

Apple and Samsung today submitted their witness lists for an upcoming retrial in the long running patent infringement battle between the two companies, reports CNET .
Neither Apple CEO Tim Cook nor design chief Jony Ive will be taking the stand, but several other notable figures will be providing testimony during the retrial. Apple will call Richard Howarth, a senior director on the Apple Design Team, along with Greg Joswiak, vice president of product marketing.
Howarth will discuss the design process at Apple, the design patents that were infringed upon, and other design topics, says CNET...
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Fourth iOS 12.1, watchOS 5.1, and tvOS 12.1 developer betas now available

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IPhone XS more water resistant than iPhone X, but analyst expects 2019...

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HP targets Z by HP laptops and services at creative professionals

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OnePlus 6T Rumor Roundup: Pricing, fingerprint sensor, specs, and everything...

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Apple Teams Up With Zimmer Biomet for Clinical Study on Joint Replacement

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