Samsung claims another win in Apple patent fight

  • TECH
  • Tuesday, 01 Aug 2017

At a crossroads: Samsung and Apple may be sworn competitors now, but analysts say the South Korean firm's future may more closely resemble that of Intel's than Apple's.

Samsung furthered its chances to get out of paying Apple almost US$400mil (RM1.71bil) according to a federal judge's latest ruling in the ongoing Apple vs Samsung case accusing Samsung of copying iPhone patents. 

US District Judge Lucy Koh in a ruling released late on July 28 said Samsung did not forfeit its ability to argue it should only pay damages based on the value of specific patents Apple accuses it of copying, instead of the value the entire smartphone, if the court finds Samsung infringed. 

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