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Upon Further Review... Judge Realizes The Jury In Apple/Samsung Case Screwed Up

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After Judge Lucy Koh's ruling at the end of January, it appeared that she was not going to delve into the jury's efforts, despite many concerns that the jury clearly did not read and did not understand the jury instructions. However, on Friday, Koh came back and explicitly called out...
Upon Further Review... Judge Realizes The Jury In Apple/Samsung Case Screwed Up

Judge cuts $450 million from the damages Samsung owes Apple, sends 14 products to a new trial

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US Judge Lucy Koh today cut the damages Samsung owes Apple by roughly $450 million, to a total of $598,908,892. The prior settlement, over $1 billion, was awarded back in August 2012. According to FOSS Patents, the damages relate to a total of 14 Samsung products, for which a new trial...
Judge cuts $450 million from the damages Samsung owes Apple, sends 14 products to a new trial
Apple's iPhone Tops Smartphone Reliability Ratings
Apple's iPhone Tops Smartphone Reliability Ratings

Apple's $1B Samsung verdict slashed, some products to get new trial

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The U.S. district court judge that presided over the landmark patent trial between Apple and Samsung last summer has slashed $450.5 million from the $1.05 billion Apple was awarded by the jury, Bloomberg reported Friday. In addition, the judge said some Samsung products included in the previous ruling should get...
Apple's $1B Samsung verdict slashed, some products to get new trial

Apple, Samsung reveal sales data to the court, boast of millions served

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Have a smartphone from Seoul or Cupertino riding in the pocket of your jeans? You aren't the only one. New documents filed in Samsung and Apple's ongoing legal battle reveal specific sales data going back several years, confirming something we always knew to be true: there are a lot...
Apple, Samsung reveal sales data to the court, boast of millions served
AT&T now lets you charge Samsung Media Hub purchases directly to your phone bill

Ericsson takes its fight against Samsung to the ITC

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Ericsson isn’t just suing Samsung for patent infringement but is also deploying another common tactic in the patent wars: trying to ban Samsung products from entering U.S. borders. Ericsson on Friday filed a complaint with the International Trade Commission, a U.S. agency that has the power to ban or restrict imports. After...
Ericsson takes its fight against Samsung to the ITC

AT&T updates list of hardware getting Android 4.0

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AT&T has published a list of several devices that are confirmed to be upgraded to Android 4.0. The carrier has already released an Ice Cream Sandwich update for HTC's Vivid, ahead of updates for LG's Nitro; Motorola's Atrix 2 and Atrix 4G; Pantech's Burst and Element; and Samsung's Captivate Glide,...
AT&T updates list of hardware getting Android 4.0

Don’t Have An HTC Vivid? These AT&T Devices Are Getting ICS In “Coming Months”

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Those of you dutifully carrying around your HTC Vivids have probably already heard AT&T has officially started pushing out the handset’s Ice Cream Sandwich update. For all you other AT&T customers, fear not — the nation’s second largest wireless carrier has also announced which of their other Android handsets will...
Don’t Have An HTC Vivid? These AT&T Devices Are Getting ICS In “Coming Months”

U.S. trade agency institutes investigation of Ericsson's complaint against Samsung

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The U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC, or ITC) just announced its decision to investigate a patent infringement complaint filed by Ericsson against Samsung on November 30, 2012.Ericsson is seeking a U.S. import ban against dozens of products, such as the Samsung Galaxy S III (and its predecessor, the S II), the Samsung...
U.S. trade agency institutes investigation of Ericsson's complaint against Samsung
Samsung Galaxy S III Canadian launch delayed, now happening on June 27th

Samsung complains about Apple attaching large exhibit labels to backside of devices

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Samsung just brought a motion for a court order to "to label joint exhibit devices in a manner not obscuring trade dress". Apple apparently has custody over those joint exhibit devices, most of which are Samsung devices. According to Samsung's representation, Apple just recently attached large exhibit labels to the...
Samsung complains about Apple attaching large exhibit labels to backside of devices

Judge Reduces Damages in Apple-Samsung Case, Orders New Trial for Some Products

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The judge overseeing the Apple-Samsung patent trial on Friday threw out part of the billion dollar verdict in the case, ordering a new trial for certain products in the case. Judge Lucy Koh ordered a new trial to determine damages for certain of the products in the case, a move...
Judge Reduces Damages in Apple-Samsung Case, Orders New Trial for Some Products

Amazon starts AT&T winter sale, many free or very cheap smartphones on offer until February 14

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Amazon has done it again, offering yet another great smartphone sale for a limited time. This time, it’s everything the retailer has on offer with AT&T contracts, and you can find most smartphones are just $0.01 (which seems to be Amazon’s odd version of free). This offer will be available...
Amazon starts AT&T winter sale, many free or very cheap smartphones on offer until February 14

AT&T upgrades Samsung Captivate Glide to Android 4.0, keeps the QWERTY habit going

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Hardware keyboard fans must feel like they're part of an endangered species -- there's greater uncertainty these days about software updates, let alone new smartphones. If you're part of that persecuted group, AT&T and Samsung have your back: they've just started rolling out Android 4.0 for the Captivate Glide....
AT&T upgrades Samsung Captivate Glide to Android 4.0, keeps the QWERTY habit going

Judge strikes $450 million from $1 billion damages award in Apple v. Samsung: second trial needed

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Judge Lucy Koh, the federal judge presiding over two Apple v. Samsung cases in the Northern District of California, has just entered an order striking $450,514,650 ($450 million) from a $1,049,343,540 ($1.05 billion) damages award determined by a jury in August 2012. The $450 million amount corresponds to 14 Samsung products, with respect to...
Judge strikes $450 million from $1 billion damages award in Apple v. Samsung: second trial needed

AT&T now offering carrier billing option on Samsung Media Hub smartphone video purchases

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If you own an AT&T connected Samsung smartphone, the US operator will now let you purchase video from Samsung’s Media Hub via its carrier billing service, allowing you to stream it to your Samsung tablet, connected DVD player or Smart TV. On Media Hub-enabled smartphones, AT&T customers can quickly buy or...
AT&T now offering carrier billing option on Samsung Media Hub smartphone video purchases

AT&T first carrier to upgrade Android phone to Ice Cream Sandwich with HTC Vivid

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Getting you Android phones upgraded to the latest version is an important factor in considering which carrier to go with. Some carrier push updates quickly while others let things fall by the wayside. This time around AT&T is the first carrier to upgrade one of the ir phones to Android...
AT&T first carrier to upgrade Android phone to Ice Cream Sandwich with HTC Vivid

Samsung filing confirms 'Apple can seek even more damages [than $1.05 billion] in the new trial'

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It's now official that a new Apple v. Samsung trial in California could lead to a total damages award exceeding the original $1 billion verdict. It could also result in a reduction. But Samsung itself has just confirmed in a pleading that the new trial is an opportunity for Apple to...
Samsung filing confirms 'Apple can seek even more damages [than $1.05 billion] in the new trial'
Android being cheap doesn't mean that Apple has to lose

Phew! New smartphones less toxic than older models

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Recent models including Apple's iPhone 5 and the Samsung Captivate are less hazardous than old handsets, according to a new chemical analysis. [Read more]...
Phew! New smartphones less toxic than older models
Ice Cream Sandwich now available for AT&T’s HTC Vivid
Apple vs. Samsung: the glory details
iPhone 5 scores 'low concern' in chemical analysis of 36 smartphones
Samsung and RIM sued for infringing lol-worthy emoticon patent

Judge slashes $450M from $1B Apple v. Samsung verdict, will get a second trial

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April 1 - 2, 2013Sausalito, CA Request An Invitation Judge Lucy Koh has significantly reduced the damages awarded to Apple in the major Apple v. Samsung patent trial, knocking off $450 million from the $1.05 billion award and saying Samsung should get a second trial. Apple won the Apple...
Judge slashes $450M from $1B Apple v. Samsung verdict, will get a second trial
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