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South Korean Court Rules That Apple Infringed On Samsung’s Patents



According to the Wall Street Journal, a Seoul court ruled that Apple has infringed on two of Samsung’s patents. In addition, Apple must stop selling the  infringing products in South Korea. Apple isn’t the only one at fault here, as the court also ruled that Samsung had infringed upon Apple’s “bounceback” patent. According to the WSJ’s Evan Ramstad:

Looks like a split decision overall in South Korea court, but Samsung faring better than Apple with judges.

In addition, Reuters reports that Apple has been given a small fine of roughly $35,400.


Source: WSJ Thanks: Riley

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