A US court has ordered Samsung to pay Apple $1.05bn (£665m) in damages for infringing intellectual property.
The jury decided several Samsung devices had infringed iPhone-maker Apple’s software and design patents, but rejected counter-claims by Samsung.
Apple will now seek import bans on several of its rival’s products. Samsung has said it will appeal.
Correspondents say the ruling is one of the most significant in a global battle over patents and intellectual property.
In recent weeks, a court in South Korea ruled that both technology firms had copied each other, while a British court threw out claims by the US company that Samsung had infringed its copyright.
But the year-long US case has involved some of the biggest damages claims, and is likely to shape the way patent licences are handled in the future.
Samsung promised to appeal against the decision describing it as “a loss for the…
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