Jury Says Samsung Owes Apple Another $290 Million
A federal jury today determined that Samsung owes Apple $290 million for violating the iPhone-maker's smartphone patents. Apple believed it was owed $380 million, while Samsung only wanted to pay $52 million. Twenty-six of Samsung's devices were found guilty of infringing on Apple's patents last year. Apple was originally awarded $1.05 billion, but the judge presiding over the case said the jury miscalculated a portion of the reward. This week's trial was to reassess the damages owed to Apple regarding 13 of the original 26 devices. Samsung now owes Apple a total of about $890 million.
Powermat to Upgrade Starbucks Charging Mats to Support iPhone X
Powermat, which has deployed PMA-compliant wireless chargers at thousands of Starbucks locations around the U.S., plans to update its charging pads to support the iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone 8 from Apple. At the moment, there are two competing wireless charging standards, PMA and Qi.
Court Blocks Samsung's Attempt to Appeal Apple Ruling
A federal appeals court has shut down Samsung's hopes of overturning a jury verdict that found it guilty of violating Apple's patents. In 2012, a jury found Samsung had willfully violated a number of Apple patents in handsets such as the Galaxy S and S2.
Appeals Court Says Samsung Owes Apple $120M
A federal appeals court today reinstated a $120 million patent verdict against Samsung. Samsung was initially found to be infringing on Apple's slide-to-unlock and autocorrect patents in 2014.
Jury Says Apple Owes University $234 Million
A Wisconsin jury said Apple owes $234 million for using the university's patented technology without permission. Apple was found to violate the patents, owned by the Wisconsin Academic Research Fund (WARF), earlier this week.
Apple Faces New Trial in iTunes Patent Squabble
A judge tossed $532.9 million in damages levied against Apple earlier this year after reevaluating the results of the trial. In February, a jury found Apple guilty of infringing on three patents owned by Texas-based SmartFlash, a patent-holding company.
Can someone please tell me
All I hear is Samsung violated some Apple patents, but I haven't heard which ones they did.