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Breaking Down The Apple, Samsung Lawsuit In 90 Seconds

While we’d love to see peace in this world, the uptick in patent lawsuits as of late has us all wondering if we’re just seeing the beginnings of a patent lawsuit free-for-all. If you’ve been a little unsure what everything in the Apple, Samsung lawsuit is all about, this video courtesy of the folks at OnlineMBA.com helps break it down in 90 seconds…. Read more

Oracle Files For Appeal In Java Case Against Google

The lawsuits never end. When Google won the patent case that Oracle brought upon them, we had a glimmer of hope that it was over between the two companies. Of course, that was a foolish thing to think. Oracle has now filed an appeal of the US District Court ruling. If you don’t remember, Oracle lost the lawsuit because the judge found that Java API… Read more

Court of Appeals to Judge Koh: Do-Over on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Injunction

It seems like these Apple-Samsung lawsuits are never ending.  However, the news today is that something has finally gone in Samsung’s favor after being completely ripped apart by Apple. Recently, Judge Koh denied to lift the injunction on sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet even after rulings  that the device did not infringe on Apple’s design… Read more

Apple Wants Another $707 Million From Samsung, Total US Ban

Apple has filed a new motion asking for an extra $707 million dollars from Samsung in additional damages. The figure includes $400 million awarded for design infringement by Samsung, $135 million for willful infringement of its utility patents, $121 million in supplemental damages based on Samsung’s product sales not covered in the jury’s deliberation… Read more

Samsung Tries To Unban Galaxy Tab 10.1, Judge Koh Denies Them

Judge Koh is back. Back in black…. robes. After her ruling on what Samsung devices infringed on Apple’s patents, after the Galaxy Tab 10.1 surprisingly came out unscathed, it’d be logical for Samsung to ask for a removal of the ban on the device. I mean, if it was found not to infringe, why is it banned? Well Judge Koh denied Samsung’s motion…. Read more