A Seoul court ruled Friday that Apple infringed on two of Samsung’s technology patents and “must stop selling the infringing products in South Korea.” In addition, the judge said Samsung infringed on Apple’s “bounceback” design patent but not its icon design patent. These only apply to older model Apple products (perhaps pre-Qualcomm, now Apple is indemnified?), from the sound of it, and the damages are in the tens of thousands of dollars, which is meaningless.
Breaking: A South Korean court has ruled that Apple infringed two Samsung Electronics technology patents. http://t.co/jvKgawTS— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) August 24, 2012
Breaking News: A court in Seoul says Apple infringed some @Samsung patents.— Bloomberg TV World (@BloombergTVWrld) August 24, 2012
The Seoul court also said that @Samsung infringed some of Apple's patents— Bloomberg TV World (@BloombergTVWrld) August 24, 2012
Breaking News: @Samsung didn't copy Apple's iPhone Design according to a Seoul court.— Bloomberg TV World (@BloombergTVWrld) August 24, 2012