Intel's chips, Apple's problem
In its case against Apple, Samsung said Apple infringed on two of its 3G patents covered in a baseband chip used on the iPhone and iPad with 3G. Apple fired back, saying Samsung was wrongfully suing, since Apple had a licensing agreement with Intel -- the company that made the chips in question -- and that the deal protected Apple from lawsuits.
According to Ilagan, the jury found this issue to be one of the more exceedingly technical aspects of the case, but that he and the jury foreman were savvy enough to help the rest of the group understand it based on the evidence.
August 25, 2012 11:13 AM PDT
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| Caption by: Josh Lowensohn
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