CSA says it undertook risk-assessment process; to send a doctor along with team. Narendra Modi recently said something that may have amessage to Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). “Experts across the world have advised to reduce mass gatherings to avoid the spread of COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus . Hence, this year I have decided not to participate in any Holi Milan programme,” the Prime Minister said in a Twitter comment recently. A One-day International (ODI) series against South Africa could draw heavy crowds. But the BCCI said it is on. Even Cricket South Africa (CSA) said there is no threat to the three-match ODI series the first of which is in Dharamsala on March 12. Arun Singh Dhumal even as the CSA released a statement saying it has taken into all factors into consideration before deciding to go ahead with the series. The CSA also confirmed that the South African players will land in Delhi on Monday. “The Proteas will be travelling to India via … [Read more...] about What Coronavirus? BCCI, CSA keep India Vs South Africa ODI in schedule
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The jury has reached a verdict in the Apple vs. Samsung patent trial taking pace in a San Jose, Calif. court. Apple succeeded in the majority of its claims against Samsung, with the jury awarding Apple more than $1 billion in damages and potentially banning several Samsung devices from the U.S. market. The jury validated almost all of Apple's claims against Samsung, for many different smartphones and tablets, putting the South Korean electronics giant on the hook for $1.049 billion. The jury also found that at least some of the infringement was "willful," which helped lead to the high figure. (Take a look at the complete verdict form here .) Among the Apple-patented features Samsung devices were found to have been infringing upon: the "bounce-back" that happens when you scroll to the end of a list, double-tap zoom, pinch-to-zoom as well as the design and iconography on iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches. The Samsung devices affected include the Galaxy S, Galaxy S II, Nexus S, … [Read more...] about Apple vs. Samsung Verdict Is In: Apple Wins
Although the trial in a San Jose, Calif. courtroom has been garnering the lion's share of attention lately in the ongoing patent war between Apple and Samsung , the two companies have ongoing litigation worldwide. One of those skirmishes, in South Korea, just reached a verdict. A South Korean court delivered a split decision between the two electronics giants, the Wall Street Journal is reporting . A three-person judicial panel ruled Apple violated two of Samsung's patents while Samsung violated one of Apple's. The court said each side must pay the other damages, but more importantly, it said some specific products must be taken off store shelves in the country. All of the products affected are about a generation old. On Apple's side, the court banned the company from selling the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and both the iPad 2 and original iPad in South Korea, and Samsung can no longer sell the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Nexus smartphone, nor the Galaxy Tab 7 and Galaxy Tab 10.1 … [Read more...] about No One Wins in South Korea’s Chapter of Apple vs. Samsung
Technology may move at the speed of electrons, but the law tends to slouch stubbornly along like — well, like an ass. For all the hubbub about the billion-dollar jury decision in the Apple-Samsung lawsuit (and despite Apple moving forward with a bid to ban eight specific mobile gadgets ), we're not even close to a final resolution of round one in this case — let alone an appeal. That's great news for the lawyers (Apple's team at Morrison Foerster, whose email addresses all read "mofo.com", is billing at a median rate of $581 an hour, according to court documents ). It's not so great for consumers who want to figure out which phone to buy, or any company that feels the chill of potential patent infringement. And it'll be a disappointment to anyone used to the lightning pace of social media and Silicon Valley. What's Next? Mark this date in your calendars, trial watchers: September 20. That's when Judge Koh, who to her credit kept the four-week trial zipping along as fast as … [Read more...] about Apple vs. Samsung Continued: Why This War is Far From Over