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Head of the jury in the Apple and Samsung patent case has spoken to the technology website Ars Technica, saying they believed that Samsung "knew or should have known what they were doing was infringing."
Samsung will appeal a US court's decision to award more than $1 billion in damages to Apple after the company was found guilty of copying features on the iPad and iPhone, according to news agency AFP.
Despite having to pay over $1 billion in damages to Apple, Samsung may yet recover, says a patent expert.
The jury has ruled for Apple in its huge smartphone patent infringement case involving Samsung, ordered them to pay Apple over $1 billion.
In its lawsuit filed last year, Apple Inc. had demanded $2.5 billion while accusing Samsung of ripping off the design of iPhones and iPads.
The jury has found that Samsung acted willfully to infringe at least three of Apple's patents, reports Reuters.
A verdict has been reached in the patent infringement case involving Apple and Samsung. The result will be read soon.
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Apple has won a victory in its legal fight with Samsung, being awarded with over $1 billion in damages relating to iPhone and iPad features.