AllThingsD Week In Review: AppSung 2, Internet Funneling and Inside Microsoft’s CEO Search

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.

Two Jury Verdicts Still Don’t Equal Resolution in Battle of Apple vs. Samsung

With the fate of the smartphone market in the balance, even a nearly billion-dollar damage award may not be enough to push the parties toward a settlement.

Jury: Samsung Owes Apple Another $290 Million

The verdict is the result of a partial retrial of last year’s landmark case in which a jury found Samsung liable for infringing multiple Apple patents

Samsung Says Apple Is Trying to Patent Pretty Phones and Shouldn’t Get More Than Another $52 Million

Apple and Samsung are making their final case to a jury in a partial retrial of last year’s patent infringement case.

Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda: Apple Makes Case for Why It Deserves $379 Million More From Samsung

It’s closing arguments time in the Apple-Samsung retrial in San Jose, with Apple up first. The jury should get the case later Tuesday.

Men in Black Suits II: Apple-Samsung Retrial Suffers From Sequel’s Curse

The first go-around featured spilled secrets and uncertainty, but even with a similar cast of characters, the current retrial on damages has none of the drama and intrigue.

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Apple Spanks WiLAN in Patent Fight

WiLAN managed to squeeze some money out of BlackBerry and Hewlett-Packard with its patent infringement suits, but it won’t be reaping any windfalls from Apple. On Wednesday a Texas court ruled in Apple’s favor in a suit WiLan brought against it in 2011 over wireless tech patents. WiLAN had sought $248 million from Apple, but won’t collect a penny. Apple declined comment. WiLAN shares are down nearly 3 percent in after hours trading.

Patent Trolls Love Apple

Over the past five years, Apple has fielded more patent-troll lawsuits than any other company in tech.

ATD Week in Review: Facebook Gets More Twittery and Kara’s Open Letter to Jeff Bezos

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Apple-Samsung Legal Battle Heats Up Again Friday

Two key rulings — one that could result in Samsung products being banned from import into the U.S. — are due from the International Trade Commission and from federal court.