Jury Rules in Favor of Apple

    This June 19, 2012 photo shows Samsung’s new Galaxy S III phone, left, next to an iPhone 4S in New York. The Galaxy S III, which looks and feels like an oversized iPhone, is available next week. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

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    It needs the money, after all. The iGiant was awarded $1.05 billion in damages Friday after a Silicon Valley jury decided that Samsung did indeed violate all but one of seven contested iPhone and iPad patents. The award fell over a billion short of Apple’s request for more than $2.5 billion in damages, and a ruling is still pending over whether Samsung will be forced to pull some of its most popular cellphones and tablets from the market. Samsung's lawyers say they will move immediately to file an appeal of the decision.

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