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    Apple Juice – Samsung ordered to pay 1 Billion in Damage

    Apple submitted the list after a jury found Samsung copied the iPhone and iPad in creating and marketing the products.

    The products are:

    Galaxy S 4G
    Galaxy S2 AT&T
    Galaxy S2
    Galaxy S2 T-Mobile
    Galaxy S2 Epic 4G
    Galaxy S Showcase
    Droid Charge
    Galaxy Prevail

    A judge will decide the issue later.

    Apple claimed in a sweeping lawsuit that Samsung’s smartphones and computer tablets “slavishly copied” the iPhones and iPads. Samsung countered with its own claims that Apple used its wireless technology without proper compensation. Etch-a-Sketch should be in a great position to sue Apple and Samsung as the original tablet maker after the 10 commandments were written in stone.

    A nine-person jury in its verdict last week unanimously agreed with Apple and ordered Samsung to pay $1 billion. Most of the damages were tied to Samsung’s smartphones. It rejected Samsung’s counterclaims.

    The award represents about 1.5% of Samsung’s annual revenue. Analysts said the embarrassment of the verdict is a bigger blow for Samsung than the financial setback.

    Still, the question remains whether Samsung and other Apple competitors will have to redesign their smartphones to avoid infringing Apple’s patents. Most analysts agree the verdict sends a threatening message to device makers like Samsung who use Google’s Android operating system.

    The MONEY® Network