The jury in the Apple-Samsung trial appears to have reached a reasoned, if quick, decision, according to one legal expert
The jury in the Apple/Samsung patent case decides that Samsung must pay Apple $1 billion for mobile tech patent infringements.
A court in South Korea ordered temporary injunction on sales of some Apple and Samsung devices, saying both were in violation.
We polled five people with specialist knowledge of the legal system, patent litigation and trials, and the U.S. smartphone market to get their opinions on the trial.
Whatever the verdict in the 'tech trial of the century,' the outcome will be a settlement, analyst predicts.
Imagine the longest, most complex government form you've ever had to fill out and you start to have an idea what jurors in this patent case will face.
Samsung argues Apple should pay $421.8 million to Samsung for infringing on its patents, while Apple is seeking $2.75 billion from Samsung in the case.
Samsung could face penalties from a federal judge after one of its lawyers involved in the patent battle against Apple admitted that she hadn't file the paperwork necessary to practice in the court.
Apple has been granted a patent for an iWallet application that uses Near Field Communication (NFC) to allow iPhone owners to quickly find bargains.