A $532.9 million judgment against Apple has been thrown out by a federal judge. The original judgment had been made after a jury had found that the company's iTunes software infringed on three patents from a Texas-based company. The federal judge said that the jury may have received confusing instructions, according to Reuters:
The damages in the case will need to be retried, with Judge Gilstrap setting a new date of September 14, 2015.
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