(FILES) This file photo taken on September 22, 2017 shows an Apple logo on the outside of an Apple store in San Francisco, California. AFP / Josh Edelson
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday upheld a $120 million patent award Samsung was ordered to pay Apple in the latest ruling in a series of legal skirmishes between the top two smartphone makers.The case is separate from a bigger patent court battle in which Samsung was initially ordered to pay $1 billion to the iPhone maker.Samsung had claimed these features were "obvious" and thus not able to be patented.Apple had sought some $2.2 billion at trial, only to have a jury award the California-based company $119.6 million.
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