Some closure to Apple and Samsung's patent fight in the U.S. will be decided by the U.S. International Trade Commission later this year.
A California judge says some paperwork filed by Apple and Samsung following the trial was too long, and will be thrown out as evidence.
There's bad blood, and then there's Apple and Samsung. In the most high-profile tech story this year, the two dominant smartphone makers battled in court, with Samsung eventually getting stuck with a billion-dollar damages bill and a possible sales ban on some of its products.
A federal court will look into whether the jury foreman in Apple v. Samsung "concealed information" during jury selection.
This time around, a court in the Netherlands rules that Samsung does not violate Apple's pinch-to-zoom patent in its line of mobile products.
Now that Samsung owes Apple more than $1B in patent infringement charges, what can LG do to set itself apart?
Nine jurors are holed up in a San Jose, Calif., federal courthouse choosing the more convincing argument in a tech trial worth billions. How long could this go on?
Billions of dollars and Samsung's ability to sell numerous cellphone models in the United States are on the line in this case. Is that enough to rank it among the biggest in tech?
Apple and Samsung are expected to give closing arguments in their patent trial this week. Here's the info you need to follow along.
Susan Kare, the graphic designer who created some of the interface designs and best known graphics for the original Mac OS, is scheduled to appear in the patent case.