The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone and iPad, that delves into where one company's designs end and another's begin.
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Samsung's newest Galaxy Tabs have the iPad squarely in their sights.
The company thinks the verdict is wrong and wants a refund of some damages already paid.
Damages in the iPhone patent case are about halfway between what each of the two companies wanted.
The jury goes halfway between what Samsung and Apple want. Samsung isn't happy one bit.
Either way, design patents are looking like a hot commodity in Silicon Valley as the jury starts deliberating.
Also, take a look at why Samsung started marketing phones on its own instead of leaving it to carriers.
Samsung wants you to appreciate the little things in your smartphone.
Among those testifying is Susan Kare, who designed the icons for the original Mac.
The trial over damages related to patent infringement also gives a look into how Apple designs its products.
Is a smartphone a unitary design or just a collection of patented tidbits?
Plus, jurors aren't allowed to talk about their phones. What's left, the weather?