Apple has escaped a potential $1bn damages bill after a jury decided an iTunes update that kept rivals' music off its iPod was a genuine product improvement.
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A jury in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas has awarded a patent holder millions after finding Apple infringed its ageing pager patents.
The approximately US$120m in damages awarded to Apple in its latest fight with Samsung has remained unchanged, with jurors saying that Apple should go after Google if it wants to settle its patent dispute with Android.
While a retrial had placed into question how much of the original US$1.05 billion Samsung should pay Apple over patent disputes, Apple has again walked away with most of Samsung's money.
The US judge presiding over the patent dispute between Apple and Samsung has denied Apple a ban on the sale of Samsung products that the jury had ruled infringed on Apple's patents.
The Korean Android manufacturer saw its share price fall by seven percent on Monday, as it prepares its appeal against Friday's $1.05bn verdict - an appeal that could be helped by the speed at which the jury reached its conclusions
The jury handed a near unanimous victory to Apple in the patent infringement case against Samsung that was decided today. The verdict has ramifications for Apple, Samsung, and all Android device makers.
After 3 weeks of testimony and 3 days of deliberation, the jury in the Samsung vs. Apple patent trial has reached a verdict. And the winner is...
As Samsung and Apple set out their arguments ahead of next week's patent showdown, a US magistrate has told the jury that Samsung destroyed relevant evidence, albeit not necessarily deliberately
Pandora Media said that it was served with a subpoena for a grand jury probe looking into how information is shared in smartphone apps on Apple's iOS and Google's Android.
TechRepublic's CIO Jury says there's a business case for the Apple iPad and the various slate PCs coming from computer manufacturers in 2010.
The Apple iPhone may have got a makeover but it's not enough to convince CIOs the device has a place in business, according to a jury of CIOs.
A silicon.com jury of CIOs aren't quite ready to give up the BlackBerry's QWERTY keyboard for the touch screen on the Apple iPhone.
Silicon.com's CIO jury rules on whether the cost of upgrading to Windows Vista will force more organizations to evaluate alternatives including Apple Macs and Linux PCs for the desktop.
A silicon.com jury of CIOs are staying away from Apple--saying its products are overpriced and have few applications.
Silicon.com's CIO Jury, a panel of European IT executives isn't salivating over the latest Apple offerings: Richard Yeo, CTO at easyGroup: "Proprietary hardware and software, overpriced, few applications.
Apple Computer's industrial design guru Jonathan Ive was named "Designer of the Year" by London's Design Museum, earning a prize of $40,927 (25,000 pounds). The winner of the award, which is new this year, was chosen by a panel of four jury members as well as more than 20,000 members of the public, with the London-born Ive beating out three other nominees.
The Brazilian subsidiary of Apple Computer Inc. (AAPL) has acknowledged that it is considering the possibility of building a Mac plant in the country but insisted no decision has been made about extending the company's manufacturing efforts to South America.
A $1.1 billion (£0.68bn) patent lawsuit has been filed against Apple by a small medical imaging company, Imatec Ltd.
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