Both Apple and Samsung plan to assert that the other has violated their patented technologies in a trial set for next month.
The rivals will return to the courtroom on Monday. The trial is still all about smartphone and tablet patents, but this time, the accused devices are newer, including the Galaxy S3 and iPhone 4S.
The new subscription music service is getting more than 70 percent of free-trial users to pay once the introductory period lapses, according to a Bloomberg report.
Korean electronics giant sought halt to proceedings so that the Patent Office could examine a key patent's validity.
The amount requested by Apple during opening arguments in a damages retrial is less than the $450 million awarded by a jury last year. And Samsung's proposal is much lower.
A judge in March ordered a retrial to recalculate damages Samsung has to pay Apple for patent infringement. The new trial kicks off Tuesday.
As a professor gives evidence to the Zimmerman trial via Skype, he gets bombarded by those who think it's funny to call him and block the screen.
The U.S. Department of Justice and Apple delivered opening statements in court Monday. Sumi Das speaks to CNET's Josh Lowensohn about why Apple turned down a settlement, and how it might defend itself against allegations of fixing prices on e-books.
Amid planning for the damages retrial, Judge Koh rules that there will not be another new trial over the '381 patent.