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$548 million wasn’t enough, Apple wants another $180 million from Samsung

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$548 million wasn’t enough, Apple wants another $180 million from Samsung

Samsung in any case gave the impression in a position to offer in to Apple’s hounds and settled to pay them a significant sum of $548 million in cash for patent infringements, however that’s now not sufficient. Apple has reportedly asked another $180 million — you understand, as it’s so exhausting to get through on simply $548 million in this day and age.


The additional fees pertain to 5 patents which Samsung have been discovered to be responsible of violating again in 2012, and Apple feels they will have to were incorporated in the similar judgment that netted them over part 1000000000 greenbacks. To upload to that, Apple nonetheless isn’t OK with the truth that Samsung wants all of that cash again within the adventure that new findings within the case spawn additional research.

Samsung and Apple are obviously looking to stay issues shifting alongside, however the struggle is some distance from over. Whether it’s as a result of they don’t need to need to fork over more money or they’re making an attempt their toughest to not set dangerous precedents, Samsung’s now not prepared to allow Apple win egregious sums of cash just because they have got a patent that claims they’re the one ones who could make oblong smartphones. To do this can be to mention that nobody can create a up to date day phone instead of Apple, and that’s approximately as little as low can get in a device that desperately wishes reform.

It’s no wonder that Samsung has won the companionship of Google, Facebook and most sensible PC makers Dell and HP on this battle towards Apple. If the Cupertino corporate is authorized to gather just about $1 billion in damages (the unique ruling had greater than $350 million in fees tacked on sooner than appeals introduced the quantity down) simply because they have been the primary corporate loopy sufficient to patent a form then everything of the tech business is in for an overly gloomy long run.

[by means of Reuters]


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