Apple and Samsung delivered their verdict, and as many of you already know, things didn't work out so well for ol' Sammy. Now that the trial is over, Samsung and Apple have the opportunity to file post-trial motions. Obviously, Apple wants a number of Samsung devices banned from sale following the jury's verdict, and today it delivered a list of 8 devices its looking to secure a ban on.
CNET a verdict has been reached by the jury, and we are just awaiting the damaging details.
Apple and Samsung may currently be engaged in a high-profile patent suit here in the States, but the companies are actually going to war all around the world. A similar case in South Korea has just wrapped up, with a Seoul court ruling that Apple and Samsung have infringed on each other's patents. What's worse is that Apple and Samsung are now banned from selling a variety of devices in South Korea, including the Galaxy S II for Samsung and the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 for Apple.
Samsung has acquired the chipmaker company CSR's wireless handset technology and patents for the tune of around $310 million. CSR is a UK technology company that mainly deals in single-chip Bluetooth solutions for smartphones and other mobile devices. Along with buying out their technology they've also acquired a large set of patents. Cheers for playing a little defense Samsung!
Galaxy Nexus and the Galaxy S III as of late -- and we should hear more on that later today. Now we are hearing the brand new Nexus 7 tablet could be next.
Project Glass augmented reality glasses. Remember when Larry Page snapped a photo and used a trackpad on the right side of the device to do some gestures, well today we've learned more on how this all could work. This week the US Patent and Trademark Office released details on some new patent they've granted regarding the trackpad.