"Apple's patent win and what it means for you"
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Apple's patent win and what it means for you
Just over one billion dollars.
That's how much Samsung must pay Apple in damages for copying key aspects of the iPhone and iPad Apple claims Samsung had ripped up design elements including rounded corners he -- parts of the user interface like the pinch to zoom and rubber band features.
After two days of deliberations a federal jury here in San Jose on Friday.
Cited overwhelmingly with the iPad and iPhone maker this means they're gonna have a lot more ammunition when they -- after of the -- -- -- gone after HT CU after Motorola.
And it's really coming gives -- the power -- to go against someone like Google directly with something like Android.
Apple viewed the verdict as a validation of its innovations.
Saying in a statement quote the lawsuits between Apple and Samsung were about much more than patents -- money they were about values in -- statement Samsung was unwilling to concede victory to Apple saying quote today's verdict should not be viewed as a win for Apple but hasn't lost for the American consumer it will lead to fewer choices -- innovation and potentially higher prices.
In there could be further consequences. When company spent -- -- dollars fighting legal.
Sending. -- Smartphone users are likely to feel the verdicts impact when shopping for new device.
There's going to be drought for a little while in terms -- the range of options that are available in the Android overall.
Market this isn't the last word between the tech giants the two companies are scheduled to go to trial again over yet another set of patents.
In 2014. In San Jose -- I'm -- does cnet.com for CBS news.
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