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Samsung to pay Apple $290M more in damages

Concluding a retrial on damages today, a jury determined that Samsung must pay Apple $290 million in additional damages for the infringement of iPhone patents. Samsung now owes about $900 million in total, which isn’t that far from Apple’s original damages award of $1.05 billion. Apple got the bulk of what it wanted, as the company sought $380 million in additional damages, while Samsung only looked to pay $52 million as the retrial began last week. Apple’s original $1.05 billion award was reduced by $440 million in March, pending the results of this retrial. [via CNET]

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I am using Iphone 5s with yahoo mail account, receiving and sending mail is great, only problem is that I can only see the first several personal mailboxes, is there a fix for this? Thanks

Posted by John on November 25, 2013 at 6:33 PM (UTC)

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