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Samsung Argues over Inflated Patent Damages

Samsung Argues over Inflated Patent Damages     In patent law, to calculate the damages, companies are asked to recreate a “hypothetical” license negotiation; Samsung Electronics Co. says that Apple Inc. patent-infringement Claims of $2.19 billion are 57 times higher than what the Suwon, South Korea-…>read more

No Comment April 22, 2014

Apple Inc. and Samsung Continue their Worldwide Legal Battle

Apple Inc. and Samsung Continue their Worldwide Legal Battle   According to collected Bloomberg data, the smartphone market was valued at $338.2 billion last year. Samsung had 31.3 percent of industry revenue, compared with 15.2 percent for Apple’s reported percentage. Apple and Samsung continue their worldwide legal battle. Apple…>read more

No Comment April 9, 2014

Free Windows for Smartphones Announced by Microsoft

Free Windows for Smartphones Announced by Microsoft     On Wednesday, the Microsoft Corporation announced free Windows licensing for small devices and updates to Windows 8.1, including an introduction to a digital voice assistant called Cortana.   Satya Nadella, Microsoft Corporation’s new Ceo, is making changes to…>read more

No Comment April 3, 2014

Samsung Wants to Shed its “Fast Follower” Image

Samsung Wants to Shed its “Fast Follower” Image   According to the founder of Samsung Group, the meaning of the word Samsung means “Tri-Star” or three stars. The word “three” represents something “big, numerous and powerful;” the “stars” mean eternity.   Samsung Electronics is the world’s largest information…>read more

No Comment April 3, 2014

Samsung Withdraws SEP Claims from Lawsuit against Apple

Samsung Withdraws SEP Claims from Lawsuit against Apple Samsung Electronics has removed three standard-essential patents claims from its legal battle with Apple. The parties agreed to remove the claims from one of the lawsuits in the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, last week on Friday. In…>read more

No Comment March 12, 2014

Ignorance is Bliss: Apple’s E-Books and Antitrust

Ignorance is Bliss: Apple’s E-Books and Antitrust   Apple claims that it had no idea that its publishers were “engaged in a conspiracy to fix e-book prices.” The Justice Department lawsuit represents $840 million in claims brought by the state as well as consumers. Yet the company…>read more

No Comment February 26, 2014

San Francisco’s Inequality Debate

San Francisco’s Inequality Debate     According to Bloomberg News, Software engineers at Google, Facebook, Apple and Twitter all make on average $110,000 to $120,000 a year and that is not including bonuses. In a recent interview with Time Magazine, Mayor Ed Lee said…>read more

No Comment February 26, 2014

Apple Loses Bid to Block Antitrust Monitor

Apple Loses Bid to Block Antitrust Monitor   The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has denied Apple’s latest bid to block the e-books antitrust monitor, but clarified the limitations on the powers of the monitor Michael Bromwich. The court said that Bromwich may continue to examine…>read more

No Comment February 11, 2014

Magistrate Judge Issues Sanctions Against Quinn Emanuel and Samsung

Magistrate Judge Issues Sanctions Against Quinn Emanuel and Samsung   Samsung and the law firm of Quinn Emanuel were sanctioned by a federal magistrate judge for leaking Apple’s agreements to hundreds across the globe, according to Courthouse News Service.   The ruling was made on Wednesday by U.S. Magistrate Paul Grewal…>read more

No Comment January 31, 2014

Apple Lost the Bid

Apple Lost the Bid   Apple Inc. lost a bid to stop appointed monitor Michael Bromwich from conducting interviews with company officials and board member Al Gore, after a judge found that the company conspired to fix e-book prices. The judge ruled that court-appointed…>read more

No Comment January 14, 2014

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