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Taiwan's antitrust agency says Apple interfered with iPhone pricing by three carriers.
The bill, if passed, could effectively mean kill switches on phones sold across the US.
The survey, by San Francisco's district attorney, sees room for improvement in Apple's implementation
In a letter to carriers asking why they oppose installation of a "kill switch" on handsets, Eric Schneiderman alluded to possible collusion.
A US District Court judge invokes some of Abraham Lincoln's words in a plea for compromise between the two tech heavyweights.
Costs keep rising for both sides as the patent case continues.
An editorial at the Wall Street Journal takes to task Judge Denise Cote and Michael Bromwich, the external monitor appointed to oversee compliance with the ebook antitrust case against Apple.
As a sanction for leaking confidential information, Apple also wants Samsung to be prevented from bringing an injunction in another case.
Hanginout started the lawsuit while its trademark application is still pending.
DSS Technology alleges that Apple infringed on two patents covering the use of wireless peripheral devices that DSS recently acquired.
Samsung wanted the court to stay a damages retrial pending reexamination of an Apple patent, but a judge said no.
After three days of deliberations, a jury came back with the figure on what Samsung needs to pay Apple for infringing on several of its patents.
As jury deliberations continue in the Apple-Samsung damages case, Apple lashed out at its rival's attempt to halt the trial.
The officials have been pushing for a “kill switch” that could render smartphones inoperable after they’re stolen, reducing the incentive for crime.
It doesn’t take much to bring lawyers and reporters scurrying to the courtroom in the Apple-Samsung trial.