“That’s also why Samsung flourished while other smartphone makers such as Motorola and Nokia floundered, he said,” Tibken reports. “‘There is a difference,’ Schiller said. ‘One is copying. The others are not — as much.'”
Tibken reports, “The comments from Schiller came toward the end of his testimony Friday morning in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California in San Jose. A judge in March vacated about $450 million of an original sum Samsung was ordered to pay Apple for infringing on five of its patents. A retrial to determine new damages kicked off Tuesday with jury selection. Samsung is still on the hook for $600 million, no matter what happens in the retrial.”
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