Close but no cigar, Cuptertino. U.S. judge draws the line on adding new devices to the ongoing Apple vs Samsung case.
U.S. District Court Judge overturns jury's findings that Samsung knowingly infringed on five Apple patents.
Hogan who? Mere minutes were spent on the "dishonest" jury foreman as both sides stormed the courtroom once again.
The fate of Samsung's signature tab now rests in the hands of one judge, who's certainly no stranger to these matters.
Citing jury misconduct as one of its legal arguments, Samsung is asking a federal judge to throw out a $1.05 billion ruling against it.
UpdatedA jury found the tab didn't violate any Apple design patents, but that's not stopping a U.S. District judge from enforcing the ban.
Court date set to determine whether eight Samsung smartphones should be banned from sale in the U.S.
A Samsung spokesperson said the company will do whatever it takes to keep eight smartphones on the American market.