A federal judge has scheduled the trial to determine the damages Apple owes in its e-book price-fixing case for May 2014.
Judge Denise Cote of the U.S. District Court in the Southern District of New York scheduled the trial Tuesday, according to an order released to the public Wednesday. The new trial is the companion proceeding to last month's decision, in which Cote ruled that Apple played a central role in a conspiracy with publishers to eliminate price competition for e-books.
Apple said at the time that it would appeal Cote's decision. CNET has contacted Apple for … Read more