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Supreme Court Hears Apple, Samsung Patent Case

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The Supreme Court on Tuesday appeared frustrated over how to resolve a high-stakes battle between Apple and Samsung Electronics, indicating it may not provide final resolution of how much money the South Korean electronics company owes for infringing patents on the iPhone’s design.
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