Jury Says Samsung Must Pay Apple $290 Million More

A jury said that Samsung Electronics would have to pay Apple nearly $290 million in damages for violating patents, putting an end to one chapter in the long-running patent saga between the two tech companies. In August last year, a California jury determined that Samsung had infringed on a series of Apple patents and needed to pay more than $1 billion in damages. But the judge later revisited that sum and vacated $450 million of the original award, saying it was unclear how the jury calculated that portion, but said Samsung owed the remaining $600 million.