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Old 08-25-2012, 10:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Apple v. Samsung verdict is in: $1 billion loss for Samsung

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Apple's three utility patents, all found infringed, cover features like double-tapping to zoom and the "bounce back" technology that snaps images back into place. Apple's four design patents cover elements like the contours and shape of the iPhone.The jury also rejected Samsung's arguments that the patents were invalid. Samsung escaped punishment on only one of Apple's patents, a design patent asserted only against two Samsung tablets.Samsung's counterattack against Apple, using six of its own patents, went nowhere. The jury found they weren't infringed.



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