Samsung is working to modify its products to ensure they don't get caught up in an injunction, a new report claims.
The Korea Times reported yesterday, citing sources, that it spoke with Samsung officials who said that the company is in talks with U.S. carriers, including Verizon Wireless, to determine the best way to modify designs across its Galaxy line. The products it plans to modify were cited as infringing in last week's landmark patent loss to Apple.
According to the Korea Times' source, Samsung and carriers will "jointly develop modified design technology," though the person would not say what was planned.
Last week, a jury in a U.S. District Court ruled that Samsung violated a number of patents that Apple holds. The iPhone maker was awarded $1.05 billion and Samsung, which had tried to argue that Apple was violating some of its patents, couldn't get any of its arguments to stick.
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