Court Finds Samsung Infringed Two Apple Patents

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May 5 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Mia Saini reports on a California court finding Samsung Electronics infringed two of four Apple patents while Apple infringed on one of two Samsung patents with Apple receiving $120M in damages in a trial over smartphone technology. She speaks to Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move Asia.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Let's take a look at the patent case with apple and samsung.

They were looking for something like $2 billion.

Samsung is going to sake as apple did not get anywhere near the $2 billion they wanted.

If you are taking a look at what they were hoping, it was over $2 billion and they just got six percent that.

The jury in a san jose, california, courtroom saying they infringed two of the four patents on the table.

One is the ability to make a call when you're already on a website.

The other allows to unlocking the device through gestures.

They denied the claim account of the most valuable, applications to be updated while you were working on another application.

They lost the claim over a patent to do a universal search for information with a single clicked.

Apple infringed on one of the two samsung patents.

They will claim this as a victory because they did win but it was ever so narrow.

Apple was looking for $40 for every phone.

It was basically a slap on the wrist.

It's a good way to look at it.

Cap -- categorizing these ongoing disputes, nothing has been to world shattering that has destroyed market share or even investor confidence.

I want to know it will go -- how far we'll go to cover litigation expenses.

It just about covers it.

Maybe they gain a little.

Now both companies will request that the competitive models are not sold in the united states.

The problem when you look at it from apple's point of view is that the case and deciding products in question are no longer sold in the u.s. of the s three.

And below.

The s four and the s five are not covered in this.

Even if they win an injunction, most of the devices that should in, they're not sold by sam sun in the u.s. so it's interesting to see what will happen.

No doubt this is not the last of for both of these companies.

If you were a shareholder, you are probably doing quite well.

150% for samsung and opal --

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