You made it through Monday, and now Tuesday is at hand, so here's the news that happened last night to get you started.
The industry is still reeling over Apple's win against Samsung in the US court, in a case that saw Samsung ordered to pay Apple US$1.05 billion in damages. Samsung's stock fell, and experts questioned how long the jury took to reach the conclusion.
We also took some time out to ponder whether a ban on the Galaxy S II in the US would lead to more Galaxy S III sales.
Despite losing the US court battle, Samsung is still investing heavily in technology, laying down US$975 million in next-generation chip technology.
VMworld also began in the US on Monday. News coming out of the event so far has included:
The introduction of what the company said is its first product to deliver a software-defined datacentre: vCloud Suite 5.1, and a partnership with Cisco in this area
A decision to court companies in the small to medium business market
VMware partners Netapp, Brocade, Avaya and Juniper networks have announced new products
EMC said it will offer in-line cache deduplication for its VFCache server software.