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Samsung scores victory against Apple, WSJ unveils Jurors ‘Final Exam’ in the trial

by: Chris SmithAugust 20, 2012

Apple’s and Samsung’s lawyers on Tuesday will hold their closing arguments in the patent-based trial the tech world is following anxiously these days, the U.S. Apple vs Samsung battle part of a wordwide-fought war for intellectual supremacy, but also for market share and crates of gold.

After that’s done, the nine-member jury will start deliberating on the various patent claims each party is asserting against the other, provided that the third court-ordered settlement negotiation is, yet again, unsuccessful.

We have already shown you what a jury instruction looks like, and today we have more details of what the jury will have to go [...]

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Samsung and Apple CEOs plan to discuss possible settlement today

by: Andrew GrushAugust 20, 2012
As the Samsung versus Apple trial prepares to wind down, Judge Lucy Koh previously asked Samsung and Apple CEOs to meet one last time in attempts to reach some kind of a middle-ground before the case hits the jury for deliberation. Now according to an anonymous source, the two sides have since agreed to an on-the-phone arrangement in order to hopefully reach a settlement. The two sides are having this epic conversation today, via the telephone, and plan to have their lawyers report to the U.S. District Judge about the outcome.
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Apple, Samsung not willing to narrow claims in U.S. patent dispute, jury to rule on the case

by: Chris SmithAugust 19, 2012

Both Apple and Samsung rested their cases in the U.S. legal conflict between the two parties last week, with the closing statements scheduled for Tuesday, August 21.

Once that last ritual of a trial is completed, the jury will start deliberating on the claims brought by each party against the other, and we should have a verdict in the coming days/weeks.

That seems like the more likely outcome of this patent dispute, as the parties failed, during a third court-ordered meeting, to reach a settlement, or even to “narrow the scope of the claims at issue in the lawsuit in out-of-court talks.”

U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh, a [...]

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Apple vs Samsung: Sammy negligent on filing patent disclosures?

by: nathanAugust 18, 2012
In a perfect world made by Samsung, the latest developments in the trial against Apple would never have happened. That is to say, the latest accusations by ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) would be a non-issue. However, in the real world, Apple now figuratively has Samsung by the throat and is wringing the last signs of life from Sammy's prospect of a hard-fought win.
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Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, Google might collaborate to acquire Kodak patents

by: J. Angelo RacomaAugust 17, 2012
Technology companies are trying to avoid aggressively bidding for Eastman Kodak's imaging-related patents. Google, Apple, Samsung and other firms in the smartphone business are likely to form a consortium or partnership in an effort to keep the price down.
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Apple vs Samsung Judge: Apple lawyers ‘smoking crack,’ Samsung’s trial strategy questioned

by: Chris SmithAugust 17, 2012

The U.S. Apple vs Samsung trial, now in its third week of proceedings, is a very interesting source of information related to the mobile ecosystem that we follow closely here at Android Authority. We’ve seen Apple and Samsung make their cases, with each party trying to prove that the other is violating its patents with various products and that any infringement claims against its own products are unfounded.

So far Apple seems to have the edge on Samsung, as the iPhone and iPad maker has been able to submit some interesting evidence that suggests its iOS products were definitely inspirational for Samsung execs, designers and engineers, [...]

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Apple’s 381 “bounce back” patent could be deemed invalid

by: Mike AndriciAugust 16, 2012
Fortunately for those of us that are more interested in anticipating the final decision, yesterday marked a turning point in Apple vs Samsung patent litigation. In short, Samsung basically tore apart Apple's '381 patent, one oftenly referred to as the "bounce back patent".
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Samsung designer says Galaxy Tab 10.1 was in the works before the iPad

by: Chris SmithAugust 15, 2012

Now that Apple has rested its case, Samsung is on the offensive to try to demonstrate to the jury that it didn’t copy the iPhone and iPad when it comes to certain design elements and that it didn’t infringe various Apple patents that cover certain functions also available on some of Samsung’s Android smartphones and tablets.

The task at hand is rather difficult for Samsung especially considering the kind of internal Samsung documents that Apple brought before the jury, including a memo and a very detailed comparison between the iPhone 3GS and the first Galaxy S prototypes.

Both items revealed Samsung’s desire to make more competitive [...]

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Samsung claims Apple’s iPad design was stolen, introduces new evidence

by: Andrew GrushAugust 15, 2012
The newest move on Samsung's part is to bring in testimony from Roger Fidler, the head of the digital publishing program at the University of Missouri. Fidler says that he actually began working on a tablet design in 1981, and that Apple had exposure to his ideas and prototypes during the mid-1990s. He added that he was working on a device that would work with just a touchscreen, without the need for a stylus. He even had a working model back in 1994.
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Samsung goes on the offensive in the lawsuit against Apple

by: LucianAugust 15, 2012
Apple roughed the feathers of Samsung last week in the first week of the trial, but last week Samsung went on the offensive, accusing Apple of patent infringement not only against some of their patents, but also against other companies, showing evidence of prior art for the multi-touch technology.
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