A federal jury ruled Friday that Samsung products infringed on two patents that Apple had sued over in its latest patent case and award more than $119.6 million in damages.
The jury found all accused Samsung phones infringed on the first patent at issue, the ’647 quick links patent, but ruled various phones did not infringe on two others related to universal search and background synchronization. For the ’721 “slide-to-unlock” patent, it ruled some Samsung products infringe, while others did not.
Four a fifth patent, the judge had ruled that Samsung’s products infringe on the Apple patent and the jury determined that infringement was willful.
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