But while the ruling leaves Samsung's finances intact, the company's pride may have taken a hit.
At issue was the design of Samsung's Galaxy tablet, which Apple claimed was lifted from its iPad.
The design couldn't be mistaken for an iPad, according to Judge Colin Birss, because it wasn't "cool" enough. The Galaxies, he said, "do not have the same understated and extreme simplicity which is possessed by the Apple design. They are not as cool."
This is the Apple's second recent courtroom loss after last week's ruling absolved Taiwan-based HTC from infringing on iPhone's "slide to unlock" feature.
Google has launched Legalize Love, a campaign designed to promote gay rights in countries around the world.
As The Washington Times points out, the campaign is not, as some had suggested, designed to promote legalizing same-sex marriage, but instead to support people in countries that have criminalized homosexuality.
Legalize Love specifically targets Singapore and Poland, according to CNN, and has partnered with companies such as Citigroup and Ernset & Young, each of which have signed on as partners.
This is not the time Google has openly supported gay rights. In a 2008 blog post, cofounder Sergey Brin opposed California's Prop 8, which... Source/Origin >> Read More