Apple infringed six patent claims, says a U.S. jury. The technology invented by the University of Wisconsin-Madison improved the performance and power-efficiency of CPUs.
The University’s licensing arm, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), says Apple willfully stole the technology—and refused to license it. Apple has been using it several generations of the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV.
The jury now moves on to deciding how much Apple should pay in damages. WARF is asking for $862,400,000.00 to put towards more research.
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