Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Samsung Paid 40.5 Million For Compensation To Apple

Apple Recovered 40.5 Million In Cmpensation From Samsung: In March, Judge Koh has reduced the amount of compensation that Samsung must pay Apple to U.S. $ 598 million and required both parties to attend a hearing to decide the amount of U.S. $ 450.5 million cut less. 
Samsung Paid 40.5 Million For Compensation To Apple
Today, Koh decided that the oral argument will be held on November 12 next. 

Also new in this trial, Koh decided to restore Apple 40.5 million compensation related to the Samsung Galaxy S II versions for AT & T because this model is sold out several months after Apple announced that its Samsung signs patent infringement. 

Previously, this amount 40.5 million discarded because of confusion in the timeframe calculation. 

Thus Glalaxy S II AT & T will not be present in the oral argument in November. 

Besides Galaxy S II AT & T, Apple also requires additional buildings to 44.8 million in compensation for the Infuse 4G as well as the time frame wrong reasons. 

However, the court did not accept this request on the grounds that Apple "does not put the data relating to the business before the date 15/5/2011 Infuse 4G," that day that this smartphone launch in U.S.

On the Samsung, Koh proposal postponed its session on November litigation by two of the patents that Apple is being sued brought to the U.S. Patent Office investigation. 

These include the right to bounce effect when scrolling effects and content copyright zoom multi-touch with two fingers. Judge Koh ejected Samsung's intention and she said but the company may still require the deferred compensation involves two patents 381 and 915 if the USPTO to complete the process before the test session treatment in November.

Windows Phone Highest Market Share Ever

Windows Phone To Reach Highest Market Share While Android And iOS From Embankment: iOS and Android are still other interesting stuff in the leading position 2.
Windows Phone Highest Market Share Ever
The Windows Phone is making steady progress in recent years, and this platform has achieved the highest market share ever in the U.S. market.

There were 5.6% of smartphone sales in the U.S. market in quarter 1/2013, Windows had a growth rate of 1.9% for the same period last year.


With nearly half of smartphone sales (49.3%), Android continues to hold the leading position, but only slightly higher than the same period last year, and fell in the last 3 months, ending on December 03/2013 (-1.9%). iOS in second place with 43.7% of smartphone sales, decreased during Q1/2013. 

Windows are the growth is due to the ability to attract first time smartphone buyers, upgrading from ordinary phone. Among those who bought a new Windows smartphones, 52% had owned a popular handset earlier.

Meanwhile the majority of new clients are iOS and Android smartphones has been spent, 55% of new users of iOS and Android 51% of the change from a different smartphone. 

Although the difference is not much but should know that more than half of users in the U.S. market are still using ordinary phone and seemed to have a lot of people upgrading to smartphones in the years to come when it will contribute to the development for the Windows platform.

In terms of the network in the U.S. market, only a few small changes. Verizon continues to lead in smartphone sales with 37.2% of smartphones sold in 3 months ending on December 03/2013. Is 2nd with 27.9% AT & T and Sprint ranked third with 12.3%. 

T-Mobile is the only carrier recorded a decline in sales in the last quarter down 3.2% from the same period last year, total sales of this network is 9.5%. 

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