Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: StrategyA week after Apple's billion-dollar court win against Samsung, the Cupertino-based company is going after more of its Korean rival's products.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Home ITWith the legal angry-bird eagles from Apple and Samsung flinging all manner of stuff at each other, the latest news is Apple’s claim that Samsung owes it US $2.5 billion – a figure that could rise before any likely ultimate out-of-court settlement.
The U.S. judge in the Apple vs Samsung court battle that’s being played out in the district court of Northern California has denied Apple’s request for a permanent injunction on Samsung devices, Reuters is reporting.
Another loss for Apple in the courts: a Dutch court in the Hague has ruled Samsung does not infringe an Apple multitouch patent, Reuters is reporting. Apple had argued last month in the court that Samsung infringed its patent on multi-touch function, according to the news agency.
Apple , Samsung violated patents in every other, a South Korean court guidelines … Apple, Samsung: How the jury regarded as in U.S. District court case in between Apple and Samsung, the three-judge panel decided in Seoul that the two companies violated in every single other’s patents and ordered the ban on older iPhone, iPad [...]
It seems the technology trial of the decade is not over yet: Apple has just requested a court order for a permanent ban of U.S. sales of all Samsung products that have been found to violate Apple patents, in addition to $707 million more in damages.
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) figures that $2.525 billion in damages is just about right to settle its high-stakes intellectual property (IP) battle with Samsung Electronics over patented technology used in the iPhone and iPad, according to published reports.
And, in the latest round of the titanic battle, a German court Tuesday extended an existing ban against Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 7.7 to the Europea
Written by: Dexter Eugenio | Published in: MobilityThe world’s most loved and hated fruit based technology company has managed to ban the sale of the 7.7 Samsung Galaxy tablet throughout Europe and Apple is also seeking damages of $2.5b from the Korean company.
After a rather stinging development this week when the UK court of appeals chastised Apple for their recent attempt to post a court-ordered statement on their web site concerning one of their many lawsuits with Samsung, Apple has posted a new statement on their UK web site.
You may have thought things were over for Samsung after last week’s loss to Apple in the highly-covered patent lawsuit between the two. Surely the $1.0+ billion judgment and ensuing stock losses for Samsung are enough to drive them out of the smartphone and tablet markets. For all the hype, last week’s jury verdict in favor of Apple was just one battle in a war. Even Apple recognizes this.