Jury reaches verdict in Apple-Samsung patents trial

SAN JOSE, California Fri May 2, 2014 7:50pm EDT

Apple's iPhone (L) and Samsung Galaxy Note are displayed at a shop in Tokyo August 31, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

Apple's iPhone (L) and Samsung Galaxy Note are displayed at a shop in Tokyo August 31, 2012.

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SAN JOSE, California (Reuters) - The jury has reached a verdict on Friday in a patent trial between Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, which will be read in a San Jose, California federal courtroom shortly, according to a court official.

During the month-long trial, Apple accused Samsung of violating patents on smartphone features including universal search, while Samsung denied wrongdoing.

(Reporting by Dan Levine; Editing by Lisa Shumaker)

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dcayman wrote:
Not surprising considering present day Korea consists primarily of an education system that stifles creativity in the name of belonging to the group, has a culture that focuses on money as a proxy for social status, and has a moral system that lacks any thought for those outside the immediate family group.

May 02, 2014 8:12pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
msss wrote:
@dcayman, fixed it for you. Not surprising considering present day USA consists primarily of an education system that stifles creativity in the name of belonging to the group, has a culture that focuses on money as a proxy for social status, and has a moral system that lacks any thought for those outside the immediate person.

May 02, 2014 9:14pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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