Samsung Electronics Co. said $38.4 million is the “hypothetical” amount it owes if a jury finds the Galaxy maker infringed Apple Inc.’s smartphone technology, not the $2.19 billion the iPhone maker seeks.
Samsung Electronics Co. began its attack on patents Apple Inc. has asserted in a $2 billion case by trying to convince jurors that the iPhone maker exaggerated claims about inventions allegedly copied by the Galaxy maker.
Samsung Electronics Co., fighting a $2 billion patent claim by Apple Inc., called a senior executive to testify to prevent the iPhone-maker from highlighting the absence of such witnesses as it did in their previous trial.
As China’s Xiaomi Corp. began selling smartphones in Singapore this year, each batch sold out in just a few minutes. So when the company asked people on Facebook to spread the word that more phones would be available soon, one fan was having none of it.
Samsung Electronics Co. called the first of as many as seven Google Inc. witnesses to begin making its case in a $2 billion patent trial that Apple Inc.’s true target in the lawsuit is the Android operating system.