A U.S. jury said on Friday that Samsung Electronics acted willingly to infringe on several of Apple’s patents and awarded Apple more than $1 billion in damages.
As for the countersuit, the jury found Apple did not violate any of Samsung’s wireless standards or feature patents.
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As Buzzfeed’s Zeke Miller notes, there’s nothing quite like a little inter-government rivalry:
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In the same interview taped for CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight,” the Associate Justice also quelled rumors that he and the other conservative justices have had a “falling out” with Chief Justice John […]
On the first day of health care reform arguments before the Supreme Court, two justices needled a top Obama lawyer for simultaneously calling the fine that will be paid under the law for not purchasing insurance a “penalty” and a “tax.”
The confusion arises because of the administration’s argument that the power to enforce the individual […]
Grumbling about a U.S. Supreme Court they say is out of touch with America’s cities, Chicago aldermen voted 45-0 today to approve a rushed-through compromise gun ban.
The law, weaker than the gun ban tossed out Monday but with some even stronger new provisions, allows adults in Chicago to buy one gun a […]
A university can legally deny recognition to a Christian student group that bars gays and nonbelievers, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday in a case that pitted anti-discrimination principles against religious freedom.
Such official recognition qualifies campus groups for funding and other benefits.
By a 5-4 vote, the justices upheld a […]